PMPL South Asia 2022 Fall: Check out the Day 1 Overall Standings of PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia 2022 Fall – PMPL…
PMPL South Asia 2022 Fall: Check out the Day 1 Overall Standings of PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia 2022 Fall – PMPL South Asia 2022 Fall Season kicked off yesterday and will continue till 2nd October 2022. The event features a total of 20 teams from Pakistan who are battling for a massive prize pool of $150,000 USD. After the day 1 matches, T2K Esports is leading the overall standings of the League stage. The team secured the top spot with a total of 68 points in four matches, followed by Godlike Stalwart and Deadeyes Guys. Read on for day 1 overall standings, day 2 match schedule, and more. For future updates of PUBG Mobile, follow InsideSport.IN.
PMPL South Asia 2022 Fall: Format and schedule
League Stage: August 30 – September 25, 2022
The League stage will be divided into three weeks. Each week consists of 5 match days with 5 matches per day. Teams will be divided into 5 groups of 4 teams each & each team will play 4 matches per day. At the end of each week, the top 12 teams for that week will play an additional match on Livik. Each week will start fresh with no points carried over from the previous weeks. At the end of three weeks, the top 16 teams based on their total points will qualify for the finals. Each week, all teams have the opportunity to earn bonus points. Teams can earn bonus points based on their rank each week and overall rank on the league stage.
Grand Finals: September 30- October 2, 2022
In the finals, all teams will start with the sum total of all the bonus points that they have accrued over the league stage. The finals will be played out over 3 days with 6 matches per day. At the end of 3 days, the team with the most points will be declared the champions of PMPL South Asia Fall 2022.
PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia 2022 Fall: Day 1 Overall Standings
- T2K Esports – 68 Points
- Godlike Stalwart – 67 Points
- Deadeyes Guyz – 45 Points
- Skylightz Gaming – 41 Points
- SEAL Esports – 35 Points
- DRS Gaming – 34 Points
- Elementrix – 33 Points
- DE Warriors – 33 Points
- Mabetex Esports – 31 Points
- 1952XDRW – 28 Points
- IHC Esports – 27 Points
- Wizzes Club – 25 Points
- Gremlin Storm – 22 Points
- Raw Officials – 21 Points
- High Voltage – 21 Points
- Jyaanmaara Esports – 21 Points
- Venom Legends – 17 Points
- Da Atrax Esports – 11 Points
- TRZ Esports – 7 Points
- A1 NB Esports – 7 Points
Day 1 matches are already over, fans can watch the day 2 matches later today on the official youtube channel of PUBG Mobile Esports and PUBG Mobile South Asia Esports. There will be a total of five matches where each team will get to play in four matches as per the round-robin format.