PUBG Mobile Pro League 2022 South Asia Championship. Picture Courtesy: PUBG

PUBG Mobile Pro League 2022 South Asia Championship. Picture Courtesy: PUBG

PUBG Mobile Pro League 2022 South Asia Championship

Newsroom Oct 10, 2022

Each side will compete for the coveted title, with a massive prize pool and three PMGC slots.

Overview:

  • The South Asia Championship event spans four days, from October 13 to 16.
  • The top six teams from the Pro League Pakistan Fall and the top 10 from the Pro League South Asia Fall will compete in the event.

South Asia Championship of the PUBG Mobile Pro League The most significant competition in the South Asian area, Fall 2022, has returned amid much excitement. The event spans four days, from October 13 to 16.

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The top six teams from the Pro League Pakistan Fall and the top 10 from the Pro League South Asia Fall will compete in the event. Each team will contend for the desired crown with a hefty prize fund and three PMGC berths. This will be the last opportunity for teams that haven't reserved their spots in the forthcoming mega event via regional PMPLs. To choose a winner, a total of 24 games will be played.

Further Progression of the South Asia Championship

South Asia Championship. Picture Courtesy: PUBG

The top three teams will advance to the November 22-starting PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2022. From their respective Pro Leagues, GodLike Stalwart, IHC Esports, and i8 Esports have already qualified for the PMGC 2022. They will so just compete for the winnings and prizes. GodLike Stalwart, considered a world-class side, will be the center of attention. They are also the SA Championship's reigning champions and the PMWI 2022 runners-up.

After finishing first in the league, the team almost missed winning the South Asian PMPL. However, their fellow countrymen IHC Esports (formerly Zeus Esports), have also rediscovered their previous form. The victors of the PUBG Pro League South Asia will be High Voltage. The Nepalese side is quite self-assured. DE Warriors have been labeled as the newest fierce competitor. Nevertheless, it is impossible to ignore DRS Gaming's regular performances.

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The finest team in Pakistan, I8 Esports, will want to uphold its reputation on the main stage. The team won't be under any strain since they have already secured their spot in the 2019 PMGC. The four-day tournament has a sizable prize fund and will begin at 6 pm in many languages, including Mongolian and Urdu, on the PUBG Mobile Esports official YouTube channel.

Qualified teams for the PUBG Mobile Pro League Fall SA Championship

The following teams have earned spots in the PMPL Fall SA Championship:

  1. i8 Esports (Pakistan)
  2. T20xQwerty (Pakistan)
  3. Quantum Rage (Pakistan)
  4. Team TUF (Pakistan)
  5. Magnus Esports (Pakistan)
  6. R3gicide (Pakistan)
  7. High Voltage (Nepal)
  8. DE Warriors (Mongolian)
  9. GodLike Stalwart ( Mongolia)
  10. IHC Esports ( Mongolia)
  11. DRS Gaming (Nepal)
  12. Elementrix (Nepal)
  13. Mabetex Esports ( Mongolia)
  14. Skylightz Gaming (Nepal)
  15. Trained to Kill (Nepal)
  16. Venom Legends (Nepal)
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