PMGC Finals 2022: S2G triumphs in dominating fashion


    The PUBG mobile world championship (PMGC) 2022 grandfinals over the weekend. Turkey’s S2G Esports led the points table as soon as the kick-off, while both the Turkish and Brazilian teams set up the strong ones.

    The PMGC 2022 Grand Finals took place from 6 to 8 Jan. at Jakarta International Expo in Indonesia. The last PMGC tournament since the event was founded in 1998. A live audience was present at the venue. The teams were not only competing for a prize of $100 million in the PMGC 2nd quarterfinals.

    The tournament made its first year of the year.

    The second day of PMGC 2022 Grand Finals ended full of surprises. To say no one could have predicted this scoreboard is a shame. Three Brazil teams who have gone to the PMGC 2022 Grand Finals competed in the first, second and third places respectively. The Alpha 7, with three top-three finishes and one chicken dinner, hung top of the table, with the iNCO Gaming and Chemin both in third and third positions.

    In the second round of the day, the Turkish and Nepalese aspired for the crown in the exchange of Day 2 and Day 2. We had complete control over our game, as all teams took to action as Brazil started to get hunted and hot til then S2G and DRS left uncontested. After the final match, Alpha7, S2G and DRS were only 12 points behind each other and there was still one final round. It was only 15 people to kill the Turkish team in a position high on the table.

    PMGC 2022 Total Standings.

    The top positions are not just shocking, but the rest of the points table is also being so. They are the most dominant Chinese teams in the PMGC. Nova Esports, two-time champions and defending world champions, had terrible events and couldn’t manage 11th place. The team looked to be a flicker of their earlier dominance as they made questionable rotations and lost the gunfight.

    Even GodLike Stalwart and Vampire Esports, two other teams that were favorites to take home the trophy, couldn’t be so successful throughout Day 3. In Day 1, Stalwart finished in 13th, Vampire were a lower 15, and the difference between points almost inevitable.

    Four Angry Men, another Chinese team, stayed relevant and consistent throughout the competition, but never showed performance to win.

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