The fourth and last day of PMGC 2022 league stage featuring the group green ended with Godlike Stalwart finishing at the top of the overall standings. The team scored a total of 260 points out of the 24 matches played. Nova Esports finished at the second spot with 256 points followed by FireFlux Esports with 248 points.
With the completion of the group green matches, the top three teams directly qualified for the grand finals. Whereas, the teams finishing between fourth to eleventh spot qualified for the survival stage round. The teams finishing in the bottom five spot got eliminated from the PMGC 2022.
PMGC 2022 League Group Green Overall Standings
- Godlike Stalwart – 260 Points
- NOVA Esports – 256 Points
- Fire Flux Esports – 248 Points
- Bacon Time – 241 Points
- Vampire Esports – 237 Points
- HVVP – 229 Points
- Alpha 7 Esports – 208 Points
- DAMWON Gaming – 192 Points
- Skylightz Gaming – 176 Points
- POWR Esports – 167 Points
- iNCO Gaming – 142 Points
- ONE Million Esports – 140 Points
- EVOS Reborn – 117 Points
- Donuts USG – 107 Points
- Yoodo alliance – 99 Points
- Knights – 98 Points
PMGC 2022 League Stage Format
PMGC 2022 will witness two major phases, league stage and grand finals. A total of 48 teams will be competing in the league stage out of which the best 13 teams will compete with 3 other invited teams in the grand finals.
The league stage will feature a prize pool of $2,500,000 USD whereas the grand finals will have a prize pool of $1,500,000 USD.
Each group in the PMGC 2022 league stage will compete for one week and will have 4 match days. Each matchday will consists of 6 matches for a total of 24 matches per week.
The top three teams will from each group will directly qualify for the grand finals. Whereas, 4th to 11th placed teams of each group will advance through the survival stage. The teams finishing in the bottom five spot will be eliminated from the event.
Where to watch
Fans can catch the action from Group Red live November 10 – 13 from 10:45 am (UTC+0) by tuning into the PUBG MOBILE esports’ official YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch channels.