D’Xavier clinches PMPL Vietnam Spring 2023 title in a dominating display
D’Xavier emerged as the winners of the PMPL Vietnam Spring 2023 after a sensational performance in the tournament. The Vietnamese squad displayed brilliant gameplay throughout the event and scored 427 points, becoming the only team to cross the 400 mark. They were the top performers in both weeks and received a total prize money of $13,000.
Lamborghili from D’Xavier was awarded the MVP title for his outstanding performance this season. The team has also qualified for the PMSL, which will begin in March. It was a remarkable achievement for D’Xavier, who had previously won the PMPL Fall 2022 title but could not succeed in the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2022.
Team ShineLikeDiamond exhibited magnificent talent in the event to secure the runners-up spot, claiming five Chicken Dinners and 350 points. It was their best finish in any major PUBG Mobile tournament, and they were awarded $8,800 in prize money.
V Gaming finished in third place with 341 points after signing F1, NamShinn, and Tuanz before the PMPL. They will also participate in the upcoming SEA Games in May 2023.
V GYM Esports had a consistent showing throughout the two weeks, which helped them secure the fourth place in the contest. Their player, NaamCute, grabbed two individual awards: Grenade Master and Medic in the Pro League Spring.
Genius Esports, winners of the PMNC 2022, displayed their capabilities once again and claimed fifth place. BN United, second runners-up of the Pro League Vietnam 2022 Fall, occupied the sixth position on the overall scoreboard. ROY Esports were nine points behind them. Ghost House City finished eighth with 247 points, despite not securing any Chicken Dinners.
Eagle Esports had a poor run as they could only garner 199 points in their 40 matches, placing ninth on the leaderboard. Infinity IQ and Box Gaming also had lackluster performances, ending up in 12th and 16th places, respectively.
The PMPL Vietnam Spring was held from February 15 to 26, 2023, and had a total prize pool of $52,000. Initially, the tournament boasted a total of 20 teams, but Live For Fun and Resurgent were disqualified due to a violation of the rules.