Stalwart Esports win the PMPL South Asia Spring Championship 2022

A new South Asian champion has been crowned.

Image via Tencent

Stalwart Esports have been crowned the champions of the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia Championship Spring 2022. 

Stalwart built up a lead on day one of the competition with two chicken dinners and two top-four finishes. They maintained consistent performances in the remaining three days to win the championship. The Mongolian team finished with 157 kills and 166 placement points, both scores the highest of any team, to accumulate 323 total points, 50 ahead of second-placed Trained to Kill. 

The fight for second place, on the other hand, was a lot more intense. Trained to Kill was trailing JyanMaara ahead of the final game. They put up a dominant performance in this match, though, and got the chicken dinner. JyanMaara were knocked out in 14th place, which saw them fall to third in the overall standings.

Related: Results for the PMPL South Asia Championship Spring 2022

Based on the PUBG Mobile esports roadmap which was announced by Tencent at the beginning of the year, the top teams from the championship will advance to a Mid-Season Championship. Tencent recently announced the PUBG Mobile World Invitational (PMWI) and its likely that this could be the next stage for the teams. Tencent hasn’t confirmed the slots distribution yet, however. The company has said that more information will be revealed in June.

Here are the overall standings of the PMPL South Asia Spring Championship 2022. 

  1. Stalwart Esports: 323 points
  2. Trained to Kill: 273 points
  3. JyanMaara Esports: 258 points
  4. i8 Esports: 228 points
  5. SEAL ESPORTS: 228 points
  6. DRS Gaming: 227 points
  7. IHC ESPORTS: 189 points
  8. Skylightz Gaming: 176 points
  9. Deadeyes Guys: 173 points
  10. 52xRage Esports:140 points
  11. PHANTOM ESPORTS: 137 points
  12. HIGH VOLTAGE: 125 points
  13. The Grounders: 116 points
  14. FreeStyle: 108 points
  15. R3GICIDE: 99 points
  16. Team TUF: 88 points