PMPL South Asia Championship Spring 2022 Day 2: Day Summary, Overall Standings, and More – Day 2 of PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia Championship Spring 2022 had finally been concluded. All the matches that took place today were again absolutely worth watching. Now with the end of this day, the tournament is halfway through and only 12 matches are left. Today’s star teams undoubtedly were Stalwart Esports and Jyanmaara Esports as they maintained their first and second spot flawlessly. This article will summarize today’s stream for you.
PMPL South Asia Championship Spring 2022 Day 2: Day Summary, Overall Standings, and More
Day 2 of PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia Championship Spring 2022 was in no way disappointing. All the six matches were amazing and worth watching. Let’s take a look at the results.
- Match 1 of the day was played in Erangel. The match was conquered by 18 Esports with 9 kills. The second spot was taken by Trained to kill with 11 kills.
- The second Match was in Miramar and was again absolutely thrilling and fun. The chicken dinner was taken by DRS Gaming with 13 kills. The second Spot was taken by TEAM TUF with 6 kills.
- The third match was in Erangel once again and it was won by Stalwart Esports with 11 kills and the second spot was taken by 18 esports with 8 kills.
- Match 4 was in Sanhok and the team that emerged as victors in this match was Jyanmaara Esports with a total of 14 kills. The second spot was taken by 18 Esports with 10 kills.
- The second Last match of the day was in Erangel and Skylights Gaming won their first in the tournament this time with 10 kills. The next spot was taken by IHC Esports with 12 kills.
- Miramar was the map where the day was concluded and the last match was conquered by SEAL Esports with 15 kills and the second spot was in the hands of The Grounders with 4 kills.
PMPL South Asia Championship Spring 2022 Day 2 Overall Standings
- Stalwart Esports – 173 Points
- JyanMaara Esport – 138 Points
- DRS Gaming – 122 Points
- SEAL Esports – 120 Points
- 18 Esorts – 112 Points
- Trained to Kill – 109 Points
- Deadeyes Guys – 93 Points
- 52xRage Esports – 91 Points
- Skylightz Gaming – 81 Points
- IHC Esports – 81 Points
- Phantom Esport – 68 Points
- The Grouders – 61 Points
- Free Style – 51 Points
- TeaM TUF – 50 Points
- High Voltage – 45 Points
- R3GICIDE – 44 Points
These were the overall rankings after today’s matches. All the teams are trying their best. Make sure to witness their prowess by watching day 3 of the PMPL South Asia Championship Spring 2022 on the official Youtube Channel of PUBG Mobile Esports. Also, Make sure to stay tuned with us for more future updates.