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Stalwart Esports crowned as the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia 2022 champion

STE wins it big this time!

The pro scene of PUBG Mobile esports South Asia witnessed another great event to conclude today as PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia Finals 2022 came to an end with Mongolian powerhouse Stalwart Esports being the champion. The team scored a total of 234 points on their run to claim the throne.

Deadeyes Guys became the runner-up with a total of 215 points in their bag while Trained to Kill claims the third position. The top ten teams on the point table have made their way to the upcoming regional championship, the PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia Spring Championship 2022. Scheduled to take place in May 2022, the tournament will showcase the top 16 teams qualified from the sub-regional finals.

Stalwart Esports’s journey through the PMPL South Asia Finals 2022

The journey to becoming the champion was not an easy task for champion STE. They started the finals in the fifth position. Though the first day was a cut-to-throat battle among the top five, DE took 69 points to claim the top position. JyanMaara with a point behind finished second. The next day was all about Mongolian domination.

PMPL South Asia Finals 2022 champion
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IHC climbed to the top and champion STE finished in third. T2K, however, managed to stay in second. STE dominated the final day with two chicken dinners and DE picked up the same. Picking up a whopping 30 points in the final round, Deadeyes Guys claimed the runner-up position. Just three points behind the runner-up, T2K finished in third with a heavy heart.

Stalwart Esports wins a massive share of the prize pool being the champion of PMPL South Asia Finals 2022

PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia Finals 2022 featured a massive $150,000 as the prize money. Winning the trophy has secured a decent $18,500 for Stalwart Esports. Runner-up Deadeyes Guys bagged $12,500.

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Apart from the prize money in the finals, each team got a fair chance to make their pocket heavy as each WWCD in the super weekend gave $1,000. Sand3sh from T2K became the MVP of the event and was awarded an additional $1,000.

Final Thoughts

It was never easy for any of the participating teams to get out with the top position without throwing any challenges to the others. After fighting a long battle, the most consistent and dominant team came out victorious.

However, the challenge does not end here as the next event is already knocking. With a target to confirm a slot in the global championship, the team will be looking forward to showcasing more gunpower and strategic moves in the future vents.

What are your thoughts about Stalwart Esports emerging as the winner of PMPL South Asia Finals 2022? Let us know in the comments below!

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