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PMPL South Asia Finals 2020: Day 1 Results & Overall Standings

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This article is written by Azhar Maner.

Celtz tops the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia 2020 leaderboard with 71 points, followed by Orange Rock and GodLike on 62 points each.

UMEx420OP leads the overall kills chart, with GodLGill and TeamINDSnax completing the podium.

The first day of the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia 2020 Grand Finals has begun and the first five battles have been completed on day 1.

 

 

All 16 participating teams from the South Asia region (India, Nepal and Bangladesh) competed fiercely throughout the day. Earlier, five teams were supposed to qualify from PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia. But now, four teams from the League Stage and three teams from the Final Stage will qualify for the PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) 2020.

5 matches were played in Day 1 of PMPL finals 2020

Here is the PMPL South Asia 2020 Final Points Table after Day 1:

  1. Celtz – 71 points (27 kills)
  2. Orange Rock – 62 points (18 kills)
  3. GodLike – 62 points (16 kills)
  4. Marcos Gaming – 60 points (28 kills)
  5. U Mumba Esports – 53 points (28 kills)
  6. Fnatic – 51 points (21 kills)
  7. Elementrix – 47 points (16 kills)
  8. IND – 43 points (22 kills)
  9. Megastars – 42 points (20 kills)
  10. TSM Entity – 42 points (18 kills)
  11. SynerGE – 42 points (16 kills)
  12. Team Xtreme – 37 Points (19 kills)
  13. Soul – 29 Points (12 kills)
  14. VSG Crawlers – 25 Points (9 kills)
  15. Team Tamilas – 25 Points (8 kills)
  16. PowerHouse – 20 Points (8 kills)

KILL LEADERS PMPL - DAY 1

Here are the Top 5 Kill Leaders on the day 1 of PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) :

 

#1 UMEx420OP: 15 kills

 

#2 GodLGill: 12 kills

 

#3 TeamINDSnax: 10 kills

 

#4 TxDeMoN: 10 kills

 

#5 MGZeDMaxKasH: 10 kills

 

Stay tuned for more updates for the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia Finals. We will keep sharing you the latest updates.

 

Day 2 of the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia Finals is out now. You can see the updates here:

 

 

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