PMPL South Asia Season 4 Super Weekend 1 Day 3 Results and Overall Standings

PUBG Mobile is one of the most popular battle royale games available for mobile devices. Professional players from all over the world participate in the PUBG Mobile Pro League tournament which is divided into separate region-wise tournaments. The PUBG Mobile Pro League South Asia Season 4 is already underway and the biggest teams from South Asia are competing against each other. The top 16 teams on each weekday’s game will be eligible to play the Super Weekend matches from Friday to Sunday. The PMPL South Asia Season 4 finals will be decided by the team standings after the Super Weekend.

PMPL South Asia Super WeekendPMPL South Asia Season 4 Super Weekend 1 Day 2 participating teams:

  • i8 Esports
  • Deadeyes Guys
  • Bablu x Clarity Esports
  • Trained to Kill
  • SEAL eSports
  • VIBES Esports
  • High Voltage
  • Stalwart Esports
  • ZEUS eSports
  • DRS Gaming
  • FutureStation 1952
  • Paradox
  • Ruthless Aggressive Warriors
  • S9 Esports
  • A1 eSports
  • Wizzes with vibes

PMPL South Asia Season 4 Super Weekend 1 Day 2 Match Summary:

Erangel – Round 1

Round 1 started with a bang as team Trained to kill bags the first chicken dinner of the day with S9 eSports and Stalwart eSports taking the second and third place respectively.

Miramar – Round 2

Team A1 eSports shined in the second round and bagged the chicken dinner. While FutureStation 1952 took the second place and Deadeyes Guys settled for the third place.

Erangel – Round 3

An action packed third round ended with team S9 eSports claiming the chicken dinner. Team Wizzes with vibes and Trained to kill took the second and third place respectively.


Sanhok – Round 4

With an excellent performance in the Sanhok map, team Trained to kill again managed to claim another chicken dinner. Vibes eSports landed in third place and Wizzes with vibes finished in second place.

Erangel – Round 5

The fifth round was totally dominated by ZEUS eSports as they claimed their first chicken dinner. DRS Gaming and Stalwart eSports settled for the second and third place respectively.

PMPL South Asia Season 4 Super Weekend 1 Day 2 Overall Standings and points:

  • Trained to Kill – 167
  • ZEUS eSports – 144
  • VIBES Esports – 134
  • Stalwart Esports – 132
  • Deadeyes Guys – 124
  • i8 Esports – 118
  • SEAL eSports – 114
  • S9 Esports – 108
  • DRS Gaming – 108
  • Bablu x Clarity Esports – 103
  • Wizzes with vibes – 101
  • High Voltage – 96
  • FutureStation 1952 – 96
  • A1 eSports – 91
  • Ruthless Aggressive Warriors – 89
  • Paradox – 75


Also Read: China to miss the VCT APAC Last chance qualifiers with the new Team Allocation update