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PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia Championship Spring 2022: Teams, Format, Prize pool, and more

The regional championship is set to show the action!

The PUBG Mobile Pro League events of South Asia and Pakistan have concluded a few weeks ago. And now, the top teams from those events are ready to take another challenge, the regional championship of the South Asian pro scene. PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia Championship Spring 2022 is going to unveil its cover. A total of 24 matches will be held in the event’s four days run. The event will be held online.

PMPL South Asia Championship Spring 2022

The regional championship will begin on 19 May 2022. After four days of fighting among the teams, the event will conclude on 22 May. With a huge $150,000 prize money, the teams will put their best effort to emerge victoriously. $2,000 will be awarded to the MVP of the tournament. The event will follow a similar format to the other pro league events where all the participating teams will jump into various maps of PUBG Mobile and face each other.

PMPL South Asia Championship Spring 2022
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PMPL South Asia Championship 2022: Participating teams

The championship event will display 16 of the best teams from the South Asian stage. The top ten teams from the recently concluded PMPL South Asia and the top six teams from PMPL Pakistan will participate in the regional championship event. The list of the participating teams is as follows:

PMPL South Asia Teams

  • Stalwart Esports
  • Deadeyes Guys
  • Trained to Kill
  • IHC Esports
  • JyanMaara
  • Skylightz Gaming
  • SEAL Esports
  • DRS Gaming
  • High Voltage
  • Phantom Esports

PMPL Pakistan Teams

  • 52xRage Esports
  • Team TUF
  • SALTxi8
  • The Grounders
  • R3gicide
  • Free Style

Final Thoughts

With the best teams on the list, the event is going to deliver intense gunplay and a showdown of the might of the teams. Though it is not confirmed yet, there is a strong possibility of the top teams getting an invite to the just-announced PMWI 2022 after the event concludes. For now, we can only keep our eyes on the screens to watch the action of the PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia Championship Spring 2022.

What are your thoughts on the PMPL South Asia Championship Spring 2022? Who are you rooting for? Let us know your opinions in the comments section below!

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