After four very hectic days, PMPL South Asia Championship 2022 has come to an end and the fight between the best of the best South Asian region teams is now over. And as we say, there can only be one winner, there was one. The Mongolian giants, Stalwart Esports emerged at the top of the table with 323 points. They were the only team to have crossed the 300 points mark, and second to them were Trained To Kill, who had 50 points gap from theme and had 273 points in their total tally. JyanMaara came up as the third-placed team with a total of 258 points and the count followed for other teams as well. PMPL South Asia Championship 2022 Winner, Stalwart Esports Performance, Prize Pool, Points Table
The champions of the South Asian sub-region stage began their quest to the top from the get go. While the other teams were seen constantly struggling to climb up the ladder, STE’s journey had been rather smooth. Though STE could only get only three chicken dinners, the second and third teams were able to get five. STE’s kill points were enough to get them through to the top place, even when they couldn’t get their hands on the chicken dinner. After all the 24 matches, the point table looked like there were no competitors that could actually stand infront of Stalwart but were merely there.
The event had a massive $150,000 prize pool. STE bagged the majority share of the prize money which was $40,000. The runner-up T2K took $28,000, and JyanMaara picked $18,000. TOP from STE was named the MVP of the event and was awarded $2,000. STE will now look forward to next global stage with the championship trophy in hand. Because the PUBG Mobile World Invitational (PMWI) 2022 has already been announced, the team will undoubtedly try to earn a respectable position there.