PMPL 2022 Thailand Fall Grand Finals

Newsroom Aug 25, 2022

The Grand Finals of the PUBG Mobile Pro League fall Thailand is set to take place from August 26 to 28.

Overview:

  • The top 16 teams will compete in 18 matches, with six games on each of the three well-known maps of Erangel, Miramar, and Sanhok being played daily.
  • The competition's $100k prize pool is the total.
  • Vampire Esports, the reigning champions and PMWI champions, will be aiming to win their fourth official trophy of the year.

From August 26 to 28, there will be the Grand Finals of the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL): Fall Thailand. The top 16 teams will compete in 18 matches, with six games on each of the three well-known maps of Erangel, Miramar, and Sanhok being played daily.

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Each club earned extra points throughout the League Stage, depending on how well they performed. In the Grand Finals, they will serve as the starting points.

Progression after PMPL Thailand

Progression table after PMPL Thailand. Picture Courtesy: PUBG 

The competition's $100k prize pool is the total. While the following three teams must proceed via the SEA Play-ins, the top four will also guarantee their place in the Fall PMPL SEA Championship. The top Southeast Asian teams compete in the Championship.

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The top team from the 2022 PUBG Mobile Global Championship Thai standings (PMPL Spring + Fall) will also be invited to compete. The Infinity won the PMGC standings after the League Stage with 1462 points, followed by Bacon Time and Faze Clan with 1349 and 1327 points, respectively.

The competition will be broadcast on PUBG Mobile Esports/official Thailand's YouTube channel.

League Stage performances

League Stage performances of PL teams. Picture Courtesy: PUBG

The League Stage ran for three weeks. The Infinity emerged as two-time weekly winners and scored 809 points in total. The team was dominant throughout the League Stage and had more than 130 points over the next best team.

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Faze Clan, who performed well during the second week, had a bad third week and settled for second place with 679 points. TEM was third with 610 points. PMWI Champions Vampire Esports came fourth, while Bacon Time occupied fifth place.

Teams to look out for

Vampire Esports, the reigning champions and PMWI champions, will be aiming to win their fourth official trophy of the year.

The Infinity, who easily won the League Stage, will want to build on that success this time. Given their aggressive playstyle and recent success, Faze Clan will try to win the championship. Teams like Valdus, Bacon Time, and KOG have many promises and may do unexpectedly well.

Qualified teams for PMPL 2022 Thailand Grand Finals and bonus points

  1. The Infinity - 79 points
  2. Faze Clan - 67 points
  3. TEM Entertainment - 67 points
  4. Vampire Esports - 64 points
  5. Bacon Time - 62 points
  6. Buriram United - 59 points
  7. Hail Esports - 57 points
  8. King of Gamers Club - 51 points
  9. Bangkrirk - 47 points
  10. MS Chonburi - 43 points
  11. Chillz Esports - 41 points
  12. E29 Esports - 40 points
  13. 47 Gaming - 31 points
  14. Xavier SSRU - 28 points
  15. Sharper Esports - 26 points
  16. Valdus Esports - 23 points

You can also download the Tournafest app from Google Play or App Store to play Esports Tournaments & Scrims games like BGMI, Free Fire MAX, Call of Duty, CS: GO, Valorant, Pokemon Unite & win exciting rewards! You may also organize Tournaments & fetch unmatched perks.

Until next time,

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Manish Gupta

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