PMPL Fall Split 2022: Godlike Stalwart wins SA title, overall standings, more
Mongolia’s Godlike Stalwart was crowned champion on Day 4 of the PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia Fall 2022. The team won the coveted trophy for the second time in a row after collecting 264 points and 120 eliminations in 24 matches. Burenbayar “TOP” Altangerel was named the competition’s MVP with 36 kills and 10,036 damage.
Nepal’s DRS Gaming (Da Real Soldiers) dropped to second place with 256 points after performing poorly on Day 4. Skylightz Gaming and i8 Esports came in third and fourth, with 231 and 229 points, respectively, followed by Trained To Kill with 220 points and IHC Esports, who fell to sixth place, with 216 points.
The final standings and prize money distributed to each team are as follows:
1. Godlike Stalwart won $40,000 with 264 Points
2. DRS Gaming won $28,000 with 256 Points
3. Skylightz Gaming won $18,000 with 231 Points
4. AGON x i8 Esports won $10,000 with 229 Points
5. Trained To Kill won $7,000 with 220 Points
6. IHC Esports won $6,000 with 216 Points
7. High Voltage won $5,500 with 206 Points
8. Deadeyes Warriors won $5,500 with 201 Points
9. Mabetext Esports won $4,000 with 198 Points
10. Magnus Esports won $4,000 with 158 Points
PMGC 2022 League Stage
Based on their regional PMPL points, Godlike Stalwart, IHC and i8 Esports have secured their place in the upcoming PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2022.
The top 51 teams from around the world will compete in the tournament, which begins on November 2022 and runs until January 2023. These teams will compete for a portion of the $4 million PMGC prize pool, a $2 million decrease from last year’s prize pool of $6 million, as well as the title of world champions.
The competition will be split into the League Stage and the Grand Finals. The League Stage will feature 48 of the 51 teams competing over four weeks.
The top 16 teams will compete in the Grand Finals, with 13 earning their spots through the League Stage and the remaining three being invited directly. The PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2022 Grand Finals will take place in Indonesia in January 2023.
Team SMG qualified directly for the finals of the Peacekeeper Elite League (PEL) 2022 Summer season, which took place from June 16 to August 21 in Shenzhen, China, with $4 million on the line. Alter Ego was directly invited to serve as the host country.
PMGC 2022 Qualification Points include the points from the Spring Split League Stage, Spring Split Finals, Fall Split League Stage, and Fall Split Finals.
GodLike Stalwart will join the top three teams from the PMPL MEA championship—POWR Esport from Saudi Arabia, Geekay Esports from Iraq and Titan Gaming from Kazakhstan. In addition to these teams, One Million from Morocco, Nigma Galaxy from the UAE and R8 Esports from Saudi Arabia have already qualified through the regional points system.
The PMGC 2022 will be the global championship’s first LAN event since its inception in 2020, as the previous two editions were hampered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 2020 PMGC tournaments were supposed to take place at the Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai, UAE, but the players were forced to play from their hotel rooms at the last minute after some of those who traveled to the Middle Eastern country tested positive for COVID-19.
Fans can watch their favorite teams live on the official PUBG Mobile Esports YouTube channel and its regional channels.