The tournament's administrators will make any decisions regarding the tournament after they have reviewed the issue.
Tencent has decided to postpone the PUBG Mobile Pro League CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) 2022 Spring for an indefinite period due to the Russia-Ukraine conflict. The tournament’s administrators will make any decisions regarding the tournament after they have reviewed the issue.
The tournament’s league stage began on February 14 and continued through day 2 of the second week before being postponed.
The situation in Ukraine appears bleak, and it may be some time before things return to normal. The top 16 teams advanced to the Grand Finals after a three-week league round that included a weekday and a super weekend. The Grand Finals will take place between March 10 and 12.
Virtus. Pro was in first place at the end of Week 2, Day 2 (Weekdays 2), with 61 kills and 104 points. Oldboy, a great player for Virtus Pro, was signed a few months ago, and the move has paid off. Baks Esports is in second place with 101 points after finishing third in the qualifications.
KDV Esports, another qualified team, is in third place with 85 points. Natus Vincere is in fifth place, while Hydra, the qualifying champion, is in eleventh. Konina Power, the defending champions, have had a poor start and are currently in the danger zone in 18th place. Mad Bulls and Team 1218 both had a mediocre start and are currently ranked 14th and 15th, respectively. SuperWeekend 2 is for the top 16 teams.
The PMPL CIS offers a $150,000 prize pool and is broadcast live on PUBG Mobile Esports/official Russia’s YouTube channel. The tournament points are added to the final PMGC point total to determine which team will represent the country at the Global Championship. The competition got off to a fast start, and it’s unclear when it’ll restart. Fans are hoping for a quick restart.