Natus Vincere qualify for the PUBG Mobile Global Championship through the PMPL CIS

The team narrowly finished over Konina Power to take the spot.

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Natus Vincere may not have won the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) CIS Finals today, but the team has confirmed their spot in the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2021

Only the team with the most points across both seasons of the PMPL CIS in 2021 qualified for the PMGC. Na’Vi accumulated 1233 points this year, just 35 ahead of Konina Power, and booked a slot in the Global Championship, per Liquipedia

The PMGC 2021 will take place from November 2021 to January 2022. Teams from around the globe will compete for the title of world champions and a share of the $6 million prize pool. No more information about it has been revealed yet. 

Today, the PMPL CIS season two finals wrapped up with Konina Power taking first place. The team put up a great performance in the event, picking up three chicken dinners to top the table with 183 points. This wasn’t enough to earn the team towards a PMGC slot, though, since Na’Vi managed 159 points to finish in fifth place. 

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Last season, the top four teams from the PMPL CIS finals qualified for the EMEA Championship. However, this tournament has been revamped with MENA joining South Asia. It’s unclear if a separate championship for Europe will be formed right now. 

Here are the overall standings of the PMPL CIS season two finals. 

  1. Konina Power: 183 points
  2. 1218: 165 points
  3. VVV Cash: 164 points
  4. De Muerte: 159 points
  5. Na’Vi: 159 points
  6. ARCRED: 145 points
  7. Major Pride: 144 points
  8. KDV Esports: 132 points
  9. 126 points
  10. Alliance: 120 points
  11. Team Unique: 118 points
  12. Masons Esports: 116 points
  13. xGame: 110 points
  14. PAX DEORUM: 102 points
  15. Fazer: 95 points
  16. Pioner Team: 83 points