PMPL South Asia Championship: Nepali groups win over Rs 8.4 million money prize

PMPL South Asia Championship
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Kathmandu, November 7

Nepali groups participating within the PubG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) South Asia Championship 2022 (Fall), an esports competitors, have gained a complete of Rs 8.4 million in money prizes.

DRS Gaming who got here second within the championship acquired Rs 3.6 million and Skylightz Gaming coming in third gained Rs 2.3 million within the PMPL South Asia Championship the place the entire prize pool was USD 150,000.

Other Nepali groups like Trained to Kill, High Voltage, ElementriX and Venom Legends ended up with money prizes of Rs 900,000, Rs 700,000, Rs 500,000 and Rs 389,000 respectively.

Godlike Stalwart from Mongolia got here in first piping the Nepali groups with 264 factors whereas DRS Gaming and Skylightz Gaming completed with 256 and 231 factors respectively.

The groups competed in opposition to one another for 4 days.

Following their efficiency within the PMPL South Asia Championships, DRS Gaming, Skylightz Gaming and Trained to Kill have certified for the PubG Mobile Global Championships that may begin on November 10.

The success comes after there was outrage when Mayor Balen Shah determined to put aside funds to carry esports competitions within the capital.