- June 2, 2023
The PUBG Mobile Super League (PMSL) SEA 2023 Spring League Phase has come to an end, and the 16 finalists have been determined. The three-week thriller saw teams from Southeast Asia battle it out for the top spots and bonus points. The League Phase ended with Thailand’s FaZe Clan on top after consistent performances in all three weeks of the event. Let’s take a closer look at the top-performing teams, the bonus points earned, and the final standings.
Top Teams and Bonus Points
FaZe Clan emerged as the top team after the League Phase of PUBG mobile Super League, earning a total of 55 bonus points. The squad consistently displayed excellent performances, securing a podium spot in all three weekly standings. FaZe Clan grabbed third position in the first two weeks, with 184 and 192 points, respectively. The team secured the second spot in the third week with 194 points. Mela, a talented player on loan from The Infinity, displayed incredible skills, obtaining a total of 114 kills.
HAIL Esports, the PMPL Thailand Spring champions, maintained their excellent form in the PMSL league. They secured the second place with 54 bonus points. The squad was the best performer in the second week and claimed the fourth spot in the first and third weeks.
Vampire Esports from Thailand, who finished third with 46 points, was the third-best team in the league. Despite mediocre results in the second week, the team made notable acquisitions earlier this year, adding two skilled players, Noozy and TonyK, both of whom bring significant strength to the roster.
The PMSL 2023 Spring Grand Finals will feature 16 teams battling it out for the championship title. FaZe Clan and HAIL Esports will lead the pack with 55 and 54 bonus points, respectively.
Vampire Esports finished third with 46 points, while RRQ from Indonesia claimed the fourth spot with 44 points. SLD from Vietnam won the third week and stood in fifth place with 42 points.
Boom Esports, the PMPL Indonesia Spring champions, secured the seventh spot with 38 points. Persija Evos, and veteran Indonesian players like Luxxy and Zuxxy, had a strong second week. But they struggled in the first and third,and obtained 13th place with 31 bonus points.
Bigetron barely managed to reach the PMSL Finals with 15 bonus points after a miserable showing in the league. Team Secret was the worst performing squad in the league as the Malaysian unit was in 20th place with just nine bonus points.
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Watching the PMSL 2023 Spring Grand Finals
The PMSL 2023 Spring Grand Finals will take place from April 14 to 16 and can be watched on the YouTube and Facebook channels of PUBG Mobile Esports. Fans can watch their favorite teams battle it out for the championship title and see which team emerges as the winner of the three-day competition.
The PMSL SEA 2023 Spring League Phase was a thrilling three-week event that saw teams from Southeast Asia battle it out for the top spots and bonus points. FaZe Clan emerged as the top team with consistent performances in all three weeks, securing a total of 55 bonus points.
The PMSL 2023 Spring Grand Finals will feature 16 teams battling it out for the championship title. Fans can watch the exciting event on the YouTube and Facebook channels of PUBG Mobile Esports and see which team emerges as the winner of the competition.