Results for the PMPL South Asia Championship Spring 2022

A new South Asian champion has been crowned.

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Sixteen teams competed in the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia Championship Spring 2022 from May 19 to 22 for a share of the $150,000 prize pool and the title of champions.

The top teams from the South Asia Championship will advance to a Mid-Season Championship. While Tencent hasn’t confirmed what this is yet, it’s likely the PUBG Mobile World Invitational (PMWI) 2022, which was revealed recently.

Related: PUBG Mobile World Invitational (PMWI) returning in 2022

After an intense 24 mathes, Stalwart Esports emerged as the South Asian champions and will walk away with $40,000 of the $150,000 prize pool. Here are the overall standings and scoreboard per match of the PMPL South Asia Spring Championship 2022.

Overall Standings

Here are the overall standings after 24 matches.

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Scoreboard per match

May 19 (Day one)

Match one: Erangel

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Match two: Miramar

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Match three: Erangel

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Match four: Sanhok

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Match five: Erangel

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Match six: Miramar

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May 20 (Day two)

Match seven: Erangel

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Match eight: Miramar

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Match nine: Erangel

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Match 10: Sanhok

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Match 11: Erangel

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Match 12: Miramar

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May 23 (Day four)

Match 19: Erangel

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Match 20: Miramar

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Match 21: Erangel

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Match 22: Sanhok

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Match 23: Erangel

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Match 24: Miramar

The results for this match weren’t shown on stream.