PMPL SEA Championship 2022: Overall Standings and Live Results


PMPL SEA Championship 2022: Overall Standings and Live Results



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Who will become the fall split champions?

The PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Southeast Asia (SEA) Championship Fall 2022 is here with a prize pool of $200,000. Twenty of the region’s best teams will be competing for the title and slots in the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2022.

The tournament will take place across three weeks from Sept. 28 to Oct. 16. From here, the top 16 teams will advance to the finals from Oct. 21 to 23. The top five teams from the grand finals will advance to the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2022, which will begin in November with a $4 million prize pool.

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With $4 million on the line and a LAN grand finals, the event is set to bigger than ever.

Here are the overall standings and results of the PMPL SEA Championship. You can catch the action live on the PUBG Mobile Esports YouTube and Facebook channels. This article is being updated daily.

PMPL SEA Championship League Stage Standings

Week 1 – Day 1 Standings

PMPL SEA Championship Week 1 Day 1 Standings

What is the format for the PMPL SEA Championship?

The PMPL SEA Championship is taking place across two stages – a league stage and the grand finals.

  • League Stage
    • For the league stage, the 20 teams have been divided into five groups.
    • They will compete across three weeks with 25 matches happening each week.
    • The top 16 teams will then advance to the grand finals.
  • Finals
    • The grand finals will be a three-day affair with the 16 teams competing across 18 matches (six per day) to determine the winners.

The schedule for the PMPL SEA Championship is as follows:

  • Week one: Sept. 28 to Oct. 2
  • Week two: Oct. 5 to 9
  • Week three: Oct. 12 to 16
  • Finals: Oct. 21 to 23

Here are the 20 teams competing in the championship

The 20 teams in the PMPL SEA Championship have qualified through the regional Pro Leagues in Thailand, Indonesia, MY/SG/PH, and Vietnam. These are as follows:

  • D’Xavier
  • Vampire Esports
  • TEM Entertainment
  • Don’t Break Dreams
  • Genesis Dogma GIDS
  • Alter Ego LIMAX
  • Boom Esports
  • NFT Esports
  • The Infinity
  • FaZe Clan
  • Bacon Time
  • Buriram United Esports
  • Geek Fam
  • SEM9
  • 4Rivals
  • Yoodo Alliance
  • Eagle Esport
  • BN United
  • Box Gaming
  • ShineLikeDiamond

Where to watch the PMPL SEA Championship Fall 2022?

The PMPL SEA Championship 2022 is being livestreamed on the PUBG Mobile Esports Facebook, YouTube, and TikTok channels. Fans can tune into the competition on multiple languages which includes Vietnamese, English, Malay, Indonesian, and Thai.

The Storyline so far

Until 2021, the most dominant region in SEA was Indonesia. Now, it seems that the status quo is changing with Thailand emerging as a new challenge. The PUBG Mobile World Invitational (PMWI) Main Tournament and Afterparty Showdown were both won by the Thai team, Vampire Esports.

Even the recently concluded PUBG Mobile Regional Clash was won by Thailand’s The Infinity. While Thai teams will be the favorite, Vietnam’s D’Xavier will be looking to defend its title from the spring split of the SEA Championship.

PMGC Slots are at stake

PMGC Trophy

Besides the huge $200,000 prize pool, five spots in the PMGC 2022 are up for grabs at the PMPL SEA Championship.

However, six teams in the SEA Championship have already qualified for the PMGC 2022. These are The Infinity, Bacon Time, Geek Fam, 4Rivals, D’Xavier, and Box Gaming.

If any of these teams place in the top five, the slot will be given to the next highest-placed team.

Stay tuned to esports.gg for the latest mobile gaming news and updates.

Wasif Ahmed -

Wasif Ahmed

Wasif is an esports journalist from India who covers mobile gaming news. From PUBG Mobile to Wild Rift, he has been covering mobile esports for over three years. You can reach out to him on Twitter to chat about games and esports anytime.



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