PEL 2022 Spring Finals Day 1: Six Two Eight lead after the first 5 rounds of the Finals –PEL is the highest level professional league for Peacekeeper Elite, the Chinese rebranded version of PUBG Mobile. After the first 5 rounds of Finals Day 1, Six Two Eight, Four Angry Men, and Nova Esports hold the top 3 positions respectively. Here is the overview of all the 5 rounds of PEL Spring 2022 Finals Day 1.
Round 1: The first round was held on the Miramar map. Out of the 15 teams, Nova Esports obtained 1st place with 10 kills. After them, Six Two Eight got 2nd place with 4 kills. Four Angry Men reached 3rd place with 13 kills and The Chosen were at 4th place with 6 kills.
Round 2: The second round of Finals Day 1 was held on the Sanhok map. Team PAI got 1st place with 6 kills, followed by Petrichor Road in 2nd place with 6 kills. The Chosen were at 3rd place with 2 kills while Six Two Eight took 4th place with 3 kills.
Round 3: The third round was hosted on the Erangel map. 1st place was obtained by Four Angry Men with 11 kills. They were followed by All Gamers who took 2nd place with 8 kills. Titan Esports Club obtained 3rd place with 5 kills in this round. The 4th place was taken by JD Esports with 3 kills.
Round 4: This round was also held on the Erangel map. Six Two Eight were able to achieve 1st place with 8 kills. KONE ESPORT took 2nd place in this round with 7 kills. The 3rd place was obtained by All Gamers with 8 kills while Four Angry Men got 4th place with 5 kills.
Round 5: Similar to the last two rounds, the final round of the day was also held on Erangel. Six Two Eight continued their momentum by capturing 1st place again with a massive 18 kills. Four Angry Men were in 2nd place with 2 kills, TeamPai got 3rd place with 4 kills, and finally, Titan Esports Club were in 4th place with 2 kills. In this round, Six Two Eight showed a dominant performance.
PEL Spring 2022 Finals Day 1: Rankings
After the 5 rounds of Day 1, the rankings among the 15 teams are:
- Six Two Eight – 85 points
- Four Angry Men – 64 points
- Nova Esports – 49 pointS
- All Gamers – 44 points
- Titan Esports Club – 39 points
- The Chosen – 39 points
- Team PAI – 37 points
- JD Esports – 37 points
- Regans Gaming – 34 points
- KONE ESPORT – 31 points
- LGD Gaming – 31 points
- ThunderTalk Gaming – 29 points
- Petrichor Road – 29 points
- Action Culture Technology – 19 points
- J Team – 15 points
This is the overview of the Finals Day 1 of the Peacekeeper Elite League. The tournament will continue for three more days until we crown the champions. Stay tuned as we bring you the latest updates from PEL.