PMPL South Asia Fall Split Finals: High Voltage crowned the champions
The PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia Fall Split has ended with Nepal’s High Voltage coming out on top. The team, which placed ninth last season and got the sixth position in the league stage, completely turned their fortunes around in the PMPL South Asia Fall Split Finals to take the victory.
The PMPL South Asia Fall Split had a total prize pool of $150,000. Besides this, 10 spots to the South Asia Championship and two berths to the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2022 were also up for grabs.
High Voltage highlight the importance of consistency
High Voltage managed to clinch the victory due to one reason – and that was consistency. From the 18 matches, they earned 10 top-four finishes, three of which were chicken dinners.
This earned the team a whopping 129 placement points, and coupled with their 93 eliminations, they were able to finish at the top of the table.
Mongolia’s DE Warriors came in second place. They finished at the standings table with 250 points, 27 behind the table-toppers. While the team got the most kills in the finals at 96, they lacked consistency and could only collect 89 placement points.
GodLike Stalwart, who were one of the favorites to win the tournament as the defending champions and the league stage winners, could only manage third place. While the team showed a strong performance in the finals by picking up two chicken dinners, they couldn’t counter DE Warriors’ and High Voltage’s aggression and had to settle for third.
PMPL South Asia Fall Split Finals Overall Standings
- High Voltage: 277 points
- DE Warriors: 250 points
- GodLike Stalwart: 234 points
- IHC Esports: 230 points
- DRS Gaming: 213 points
- ElementriX: 178 points
- Mabetex Esports: 171 points
- Skylightz Gaming: 167 points
- Trained to Kill: 165 points
- Venom Legends: 159 points
- RAW Esports: 159 points
- Deadeyes Guys: 159 points
- Wizzes Club: 156 points
- JyanMaara: 155 points
- Gremlin Storm: 127 points
- 1952: 93 points
Two teams qualify for the PMGC and ten teams for the PMPL South Asia Championship
The top 10 teams from the PMPL South Asia Finals will now advance to the South Asia Championship, which will take place from Oct. 13 to 16. Here, they will meet the top six teams from PMPL Pakistan to crown a South Asian champion.
Besides this, the top two teams with the most points from both seasons of the PMPL South Asia in 2022 have secured spots in the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2022. These are GodLike Stalwart (1512 points) and IHC Esports (1387 points).
The eight other teams who have qualified for the PMPL South Asia Championship will get another chance to make it to the PMGC. Tencent has confirmed that the top three teams from the South Asia Championship will also secure a berth in the PMGC 2022.
The PMGC 2022 is set to kick off in late November with a multiple-week league stage. As many as 48 teams will be competing this year for a share of the $4 million prize pool. The grand finals for the PMGC 2022 will take place in January 2023 in Indonesia.