After one month of fierce battle, High Voltage has emerged as the champion of the recently concluded PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia Fall 2022. The Nepalese champion showed a dominant performance throughout the tournament.
High Voltage topped the final standings with 277 points while the runner-up DE Warriors only managed 250 points. The Mongolian powerhouse GodLike Stalwart came third with 234 points. High Voltage will be taking $15,000 home as the champion of the event.
PMPL South Asia Fall 2022: High Voltage and its journey to the top
High Voltage showed a dominant performance from the very beginning of the tournament. The team maintained their good form from the league stage and right through the finals. In the finals stage, High Voltage had a decent start by coming 6th in the first two matches. However, the team did not take much time to bounce back as they were seen in the top 4 of every match till Match 9 of the finals.
High Voltage won the chicken dinner in match 8 and match 9 of the Finals and eventually became the champion of PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia Fall 2022. DE Warriors came second with 250 points while GodLike Stalwart came third with 234 points.
PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia Fall 2022: Final Standings
The event featured a massive prize pool of $150,000, which was distributed among all the teams according to their positions. The final standings of PMPL South Asia Fall 2022 are as follows:
|#9||$7,300||Trained to Kill|
|#17||$5,000||Da AtraX Esports|
That’s all for the team High Voltage, who are the winners of the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia Fall 2022!