‘The Infinity’ crowned as champions of the PMPL Thailand fall, qualifies for PMGC 2022

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The Infinity came on top and were crowned as champions of the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Thailand: Fall 2022. The three-day event was concluded on August 28 (Sunday) after some intense gaming action among the participants.

Talking more about the winners, The Infinity showed excellent gaming skills throughout the tournament and finished first after securing a total of 335 points with 129 eliminations. The winning team also qualified for the upcoming PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) as they added the most points in the PMGC regional rankings (PMPL Spring + Fall).

FaZe Clan, who finished Day 2 in the second position, maintained their spot and finished as the runner-up in the competition. They finished the event with 261 points, out of which 91 were secured through eliminations. Another prominent squad from the Thai region, Bacon Time, finished third in the competition with 235 points to their name. They also managed to secure 80 eliminations.

With the tournament now completed, the four participants have now qualified for the PMPL SEA Championship: Fall 2022. While teams positioned between fifth-to-seventh are heading into the SEA Play-Ins.

Teams qualified for PMPL SEA Championship: Fall 2022

1) The Infinity

2) FaZe Clan

3) Bacon Time

4) Buriram United Esports

Teams qualified for SEA: Play Ins

1) HAIL Esports

2) Vampire Esports

3) TEM Entertainment

Top performing players were also appreciated for their performance in the PMPL Thailand Fall, with Noozy from The Infinity bagging three out of the six awards. Noozy was also named as the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the competition. He also won the titles, Gunslinger and Grenade Master, finishing up with a cash prize of US$2,333.

Among other winners, Nicenice and Testo from Xavier SSRU were given the Eagle Eye and Survivor awards. Both of them took home a total of US$400. Logan, another player from The Infinity, was given the Medic title in the competition; he was also given a total of US$400.