The first day of the Super Weekend of the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Season 3 for the South Asian area has concluded, with A1 Esports main the general factors desk. The third season of the event boasts a large prize pool of 150,000 USD.
The three-week-long league levels will conclude on April eleventh, whereas the ultimate is scheduled for April fifteenth -18th. The event follows the format of weekdays and super-weekends.
PMPL South Asia Season 3 Super Weekend Day 1 Standing:
The first match, performed on Erangel, was gained by PMCO SA Wildcard Champion, SEAL Esports, with ten kills, they usually have been adopted by Zeus Esports with six kills. Stalwart Flex secured third place with seven kills.
SEAL Esports clinched the second match performed on Miramar as properly, choosing up eight frags. A1 Esports secured second place with 11 kills, whereas Carnage Esports secured the third spot with 4 factors.
The third match, once more performed on Erangel, was claimed by High Voltage with ten kills. However, Skylight Gaming topped the factors desk with 16 eliminations.
The fourth match was gained by Zeus Esports with a whopping 9 frags. A1 Esports claimed the second spot with eight frags, adopted by High Voltage with two eliminations.
The fifth and closing match, performed once more on Erangel, was claimed by Trained to Kill with 12 kills, adopted by Cranage Esports with 9 frags, with their fragger, Snipeyt, securing 4 kills to bag the MVP title. A1 Esports secured third place with six frags.
At the top of Day 3 of the primary week, A1 Esports is main the factors desk with 36 kills and 82 factors, adopted by SEAL Esports Gaming with 31 kills and 75 factors. Trained to Kill are in third place with 52 factors, adopted by Zeus Esports and Carnage Esports with 52 and 48 factors respectively.
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