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PMPL South Asia Season 4  SuperWeekend 1 Day 1 Summary and overall standings

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PMPL South Asia Season 4  SuperWeekend 1 Day 1 Summary and overall standings

PMPL South Asia Season 4  SuperWeekend 1 Day 1 Summary and overall standings. After day 1, Team Trained to Kill was in the lead with 75 points. With 60 points, i8 esports from Pakistan came in second. After a bad day, top performers in league matches DRS Gaming ranked 15. Globally, PUBG mobile is the most popular battle royale game on mobile devices. The game’s campaign mode and maps are updated in almost every major patch or update. The game is widely considered to be the first mobile esports game. There has never been a competition like the PUBG Mobile Pro League S4: SOUTH ASIA, which boasts one of the most developed mobile esports systems on YouTube.

Teams that finished in the top 16 of each weekday’s games (Tuesday and Wednesday) are eligible for the Super Weekend on Friday to Sunday. Rankings for weekday play will be reset every week. Meanwhile, the PMPL South Asia Season 4 finals will be decided by the standings from the Super Weekend.

PUBG MOBILE PRO LEAGUE SOUTH ASIA SEASON 4: OVERVIEW AND ALL DETAILS

It will use the same format, following league stages and Grand Finals, with the end date set for October 10th. There are over $95k in prize money up for grabs in this tournament. The matches will be streamed live on the official PUBG MOBILE Esports YouTube channel. Click here to watch. The 20 teams will compete during the week for a spot in the weekend finals. Every Tuesday and Wednesday, there will be matches during the week. Weekly finals (Super Weekend) will take place on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday and feature the top 16 teams from that week.

PMPL SOUTH ASIA SEASON 4 SuperWeekend 1 Day 1  SUMMARY AND OVERALL STANDINGS

MATCH 1 (Erangel):

As the day began, Team Trained to Kill posted a massive victory with 14 kills; their opponents also tried to match them. I8 Esports, the team in second place, took 14 kills as well. Future Station 1952 came in third with two kills.

MATCH 2 (Miramar):

With 15 kills, Trained to Kill made an impressive showing in Miramar. Second place went to the Ruthless Aggressive warriors with seven impressive kills. Seal Esports finished third with 4 kills.

MATCH 3 (Erangel):

High Voltage pulled off a superb performance by destroying their competition with 13 kills. Bablu x Clarity esports was second and A1 esports third with 1 and 3 kills respectively.

MATCH 4 (Sanhok):

Top Seeders in week stages Wizzy with Vibes stood first with 11 kills in this match. Zeus Esports finished second with 4 kills. Team Trained to Kill stood third with 2 kills.

MATCH 5 (Erangel):

With 12 kills, Stalwart esports came out on top. They dominated the map. Deadeyes Guys stood second with 14 kills and Ruthless Aggressive warriors third with 5 kills.

PMPL SOUTH ASIA SEASON 4 SuperWeekend 1 Day 1: OVERALL STANDINGS:
  1. Trained to kill- 75 points
  2. i8 Esports- 60 points
  3. High Voltage- 56 points
  4. Ruthless Aggressive Warriors- 47 points
  5. Stalwart Esports- 42 points
  6. Deadeyes Guys- 42 points
  7. Seal Esports- 37 points
  8. Wizzes with Vibes- 34 points
  9. A1 Esports- 34 points
  10. Zeus Esports- 34 points
  11. BABLUx CLARITY Esports- 31 points
  12. Future Station 1952- 30 points
  13. Vibes Esports- 28 points
  14. S9 Esports- 22 points
  15. DRS Gaming- 17 points
  16. Paradox- 10 points

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