This week saw the conclusion of this year’s Spring Split 2022 Finals for Nepal after five days of the PUBG Mobile Club Open – PMCO. The squad that
dominated Nepal’s PUBG scene after the thrilling action from the event’s last day was none other than Carnage Esports. The team put on a solid performance
right away, winning the competition from the PMCO Group Stages. In addition, following the split, the top rising teams that will be eligible for the South Asian
PUBG Mobile Pro League will be selected.
Looking at Carnage Esports, it is clear that they performed perfectly. They demonstrated unmatched skill and game knowledge throughout the whole
competition by winning five of the 20 matches they played in the Grand Finals. In addition, the group had racked up 112 kills and nearly 259 points. The PN
The crew finished in second place for the PMCO and also showed consistency in their performance. Despite the seemingly large deficit, PN Crew managed to score
202 points and rack up 95 kills. Last but not least, GRxHighVoltage finished third in the competition with 74 kills and 181 points.
PMCO Spring Split Finals 2022 Day 5 Match Summary:
On Erangel, the fifth day’s opening match was played. With a total of eight kills in this game, the seasoned Nepalese squad Elementrix ensured themselves a
chicken feast. With seven frags, Team Cops finished second behind them. With 11 kills, PWP Esports came in third place.
With six and eleven kills, respectively, Trust D Process and Elementrix won the second and third matches contested on Sanhok and Miramar. Elementrix, who
had not been operating at their peak efficiency up until that point in the day, found their mojo before the last match, and ascended the leaderboards to place themselves in the running for the top three slots.
Trust D Process again won the fifth and final map of the day and the competition, played on Erangel, with eight kills to their credit. Ruthless Aggressive Warriors came in second place behind them with 12 frags. With nine total frags, VIBES Esports came in third place.
For Team Elementrix, who had a remote possibility of qualifying for the PMPL: South Asia, the game ended in despair. In the championship game, they were
unsuccessful and were eliminated with just one point. However, GRxHighVoltage was able to maintain its third-place result by coming in fourth in the competition.
Teams Qualified for the PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia Season 3
1. Carnage Esports
2. PN Crew
3. GRxHigh Voltage
These teams will join the teams qualified and invited from other regions of the South Asian belt (Pakistan, Bangladesh SA: Wildcard) to compete in the upcoming PUBG Mobile Pro League Season 3: South Asia.
Prizepool distribution of the PMCO Spring Split Nepal:
1st Place(Winner): $3,900- Carnage Esports
2nd Place(1st Runners-Up): $2,300- PN Crew
3rd Place(2nd Runner-Up): $1,900- GRxHighVoltage
4th Place: $1,600- Elementrix
5th Place: $1,450- Ruthless Aggressive Warriors
6th Place: $1,400- JyanMaara
7th Place: $1,350- VIBES Esports
8th Place: $1,300- Team Cops
9th Place: $1,250- Trust D Process
10th Place: $1,200- PWP Esports
11th Place: $1,150- Dream Hackers
12th Place: $1,150- IEkta Esports
13th Place: $1,150-KWIN Esports
14th Place: $1,100- Hype
15th Place: $1,100-Harame
16th Place: $1,100- H20 Esports