PMPL Sea Championship
The PMPL Sea Championship, PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Southeast Asia (SEA) Championship Play-Ins have concluded following two days of furious competition. In the end, Thailand’s Vampire Esports triumphed against national rivals TEM Entertainment and Malaysia’s Don’t Break Dreams.
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These three play-in teams have qualified for the PMPL SEA Championship, where they will compete for a spot in the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2022.
FIRST PLACE BATTLE BETWEEN VAMPIRE ESPORTS AND TEM ENTERTAINMENT
The rivalry between Vampire and TEM continued in the play-ins, much as it did in the PMPL Sea Championship Thailand Grand Finals, when they faced off in the center of the points table.
Vampire, who had recently won the PMWI Main Tournament and PMWI Afterparty Showdown, had the upper hand for the most of the tournament and was nine points ahead of TEM before the last two games.
However, the final two games came down to the wire, with TEM and Vampire fighting for the chicken meal on both occasions.
While TEM triumphed on both occasions, it was not enough to dethrone Vampire at the PMPL Sea Championship. Despite finishing second, Vampire was the most aggressive team, with nine and 11 kills in the last two games, respectively.
This resulted in the team finishing first with 173 points, only eight points ahead of TEM. Players from the two teams also dominated the top kills PUBG standings, with Vampire’s Stoned leading the way with 31 kills.
Another intriguing subplot from the play-ins is the elimination of Bigetron RA from the tournament. Former world champions and the region’s dominating squad have failed to qualify for the SEA Championship. This implies that Bigetron RA will not compete in the PMGC for the first time.
THE TOP THREE TEAMS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR THE PMPL SEA CHAMPIONSHIP
All 16 teams in the PMPL SEA Championship have been confirmed after the completion of the play-ins. Vampire Esports, TEM, and Don’t Break Dreams will now compete for slots in the PMGC 2022 against the best in the area.
Tencent has not yet revealed the schedule or structure for the SEA Championship.
FOR TEAMING-UP, PHOENIX ESPORTS AND EIGHTEEN PLUS WERE SUSPENDED
Aside from the excellent PUBG Mobile action during the PMPL SEA Championship Play-Ins, a cheating situation happened.
Phoenix Esports and Eighteen Plus, both from Vietnam, have been punished for a year by tournament authorities owing to their collaboration.