D’Xavier Crowned PUBG Mobile (PMPL) SEA Championship Spring 2022 Champion

After 3 days of fierce intensity and tight fights between teams, PUBG-Mobile professional league (PMPL) Southeast Asian Championship (SEA) spring 2022 finally ended, which saw the Vietnamese team D’Xavier crowned as champ. Let’s relive D’Xavier’s entire journey to the top and the distribution of the entire prize pool for the entire tournament.

PUBG Mobile (PMPL) SEA Championship Spring 2022: D’Xavier and all their journey

The tournament has started with great excitement as it is the first international and official tournament of PUBG Mobile held in LAN or offline modesince the world championship then known as the PMCO. The tournament took place in Kuala Lumpurthe capital of Malaysia with an audience of modest capacity.

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But from day one, Vietnamese representatives D’Xavier started showing their class as one of the best teams in PMGC Season 1 and took the lead with all the other teams below them rushing for the rest of the seats. During the 3 days of play, D’Xavier kept his lead without ever losing his hands. Moreover, some of the teams presented as favorites to win the tournament or finish high were rather disappointing.

One of them, Evos reborn from Indonesia, have proven themselves as one of their country’s most consistent teams in the past. Their fellow Indonesian team, ION Esports who came to the tournament as national champions, lost their grip and also fell to the last places. infinity, one of the favorites to win, only had one chicken dinner and looked out of shape. All in all, D’Xavier came in and snatched the 2022 PMPL SEA Spring Championship title with their unreal display of consistency and grit.

Prize pool and rewards

D’Xavier, first, won a bag of $31,500while the finalists vampire esports and 3rd place QPP RYU shared his booty from $20,000 and $16,500 respectively. Each team received $500 for winning a chicken dinner.


PMPL SEA Championship Spring 2022 Champions
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The tournament MVP was Nerpehko from RRQ RYU of Indonesia, which is currently blistering. The aggressor showed his skill in decision-making in close combat and general conduct. He also won an award from $3000 for its achievement.

Final Thoughts

The tournament was one of two SEA championships to be held this year. It may also be decisive in the qualification of teams for the PMGCPUBG Mobile’s highest level of competition, BGMI and Game For Peace Esports. So teams have to focus on themselves and work on their gameplay to come back stronger next time and have a chance.

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