The PUBG Mobile Global Championship, or PMGC 2022, has culminated with a nail-biting finish. The Grand Finals bore witness to some close calls, intense action, and the lifting of the coveted trophy and distribution of the mammoth prize pool.
The PUBG Mobile Global Championship, or PMGC 2022, has culminated with a nail-biting finish. The Grand finals bore witness to some close calls, intense action, and ultimately, the lifting of the coveted trophy and distribution of the mammoth prize pool. The Turkish team S2G Esports triumphed over the opponents, after winning 190 points and 93 finishes. Their performance was remarkable, to say the least. DRS Gaming from Nepal bagged second place in the tournament. DRS earned 158 points and 88 finishes to finish their PMGC 2022 season.
Alpha 7 eSports, an eSports team from Brazil clinched third place. They amassed 156 points and 77 eliminations. GodLike Stalwart took fourth place and IHC Esports took fifth place. After a sluggish start, both teams picked up speed and finally earned a position in the final rankings.
PMGC 2022 Prize Money
The teams in PMGC 2022 competed for a chunk of the tremendous prize pool of $1.5 million. Here’s how the prize pool was distributed:
- S2G Esports: $400,000
- DRS Gaming: $200,000
- Alpha 7 Esports: $120,000
- GodLike Stalwart: $80,000
- IHC Esports: $60,000
- Vampire Esports: $50,000
- iNCO Gaming: $42,000
- 4 Angry Men: $35,000
- Nova Esports: $32,500
- Geek Fam: $30,000
- Wolves Esports: $27,500
- Buriram United Esports: $25,000
- T2K Esports: $22,500
- Alter Ego Esports: $20,000
- Fire Flux Esports: $17,500
- Influence Chemin Esports: $15,000
PMGC 2022 Individual Awards
Individual awards were handed out to players who made their mark with their tremendous gameplay.
- MVP – TOP (GodLike Stalwart)
- Gunslinger – TOP (GodLike Stalwart)
- Grenade Master – Sand3shS (T2K Esports)
- Eagle Eye – Wwx (4 Angry Men)
- Field Medic – Fluketh (Vampire Esports)
The tournament was undoubtedly a massive one that kept PUBG Mobile fans gripped till the very end. We hope to see more such tournaments in the eSports industry.
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