PMPL Pakistan Fall Grand Finals 2022 Results Today, Overall Standings, Points Table, Top Fragger List, Prize Money Pool

PMPL Pakistan Fall Grand Finals 2022 Results Today, Overall Standings, Points Table, Top Fragger List, Prize Money Pool

On October 1, the second day of the PUBG MOBILE Pro League (PMPL) Pakistan Fall 2022 Grand Finals came to an end, know the points table

I8 Esports increased their lead with a total of 229 points after accumulating 90 points in six games.

PMPL Pakistan Fall Grand Finals 2022 Results Today, Overall Standings, Points Table, Top Fragger List And Prize Money Pool

PMPL Pakistan 2022 Fall: Prize Pool Distribution · 1st Place – 10,000 USD · 2nd Place – 6,500 USD · 3rd Place – 4,500 USD · 4th Place – 3,500 USD

Team Qwerty, meanwhile, displayed incredible skill to hold into third place. Magnus delivered a crushing victory to keep their fifth place while Quantum Rage managed to stay in fourth place despite taking an aggressive strategy.

Day 2 of the PMPL Pak 2022 Fall Finals Match Overview

I8 Esports began their day with another outstanding performance, winning a seven-frag chicken supper. The squad played sluggish and didn’t lose a single player until the very end. With five kills, Team Qwerty took second place, and Team R3D took third with eight frags.

Quraysh Esports successfully utilised their favourable zone to win the second Sanhok match with eight eliminations. Team Qwerty played aggressively to win eight frags, but Team TUF finished in second place thanks to their healing.

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On Erangel, a third match was held. I8 Esports repeated their previous successes and prevailed with 11 finishes. Although they lost a man, Team R3G put up a valiant battle. Despite this, they managed to score 15 frags during the match.

To win the fourth match, 3X Esports made use of the zone’s height. The team added 14 frags as well. With 10 frags, Quantum Rage put up a valiant effort to take second place, and Quraysh showed consistency by taking third place.

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In the sixth game of Sanhok, the previous team eventually received their first chicken meal with nine kills. In order to win, the team exhibited patience and eliminated Quraysh Esports.

Magnus Esports absolutely destroyed the sixth match, scoring a staggering 17 frags. But I8 Esports once again finished in second place, demonstrating their consistency. The match’s MVP was Faster from Magnus, who contributed eight frags. With 29 kills & 4638 damage, Gravity tops the MVP standings, followed by Voltrux (19 kills and 4876 damage).

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The final day of the competition is October 2, and all teams are striving for the honour. While there are only a few serious candidates for the championship, the majority of teams are vying for six berths in the PMPL South Asian Championship Fall.

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