Appreciation, bonus points, finalists and more

Modified April 10, 2023 1:35 PM IST

The three-week thriller league phase of the PUBG Mobile Super League (PMSL) SEA 2023 Spring has finally come to an end, and the 16 finalists have now been determined. At the end of the stage, Thailand’s FaZe Clan was the best roster after showing consistent performances throughout all three weeks of the event. MR5 and co collected a total of 55 bonus points after taking a podium finish in the first, second and third weekly rankings.

The Thai team finished third in weeks one and two with 184 and 192 points, respectively, and secured second place in week three with 194 points. Mela, a talented player on loan from The Infinity, showed his incredible skills in the league by amassing a staggering 114 total kills.

HAIL Esports, who joined the PMSL after winning the PMPL Thailand Spring, maintained their fabulous form here as well, taking second place with 54 bonus points. The squad was the top performer in week two and placed fourth in weeks 1 and 3.

PMSL 2023 Spring Grand Finals Teams and Bonus Points

The Grand Finals see the following finalists compete with their respective bonus points. Interested readers can follow the upcoming three-day competition April 14-16 on the PUBG Mobile Esports YouTube and Facebook channels.

FaZe Clan – 55 pointsHAIL Esports – 54 pointsVampire Esports – 46 TeamsRRQ – 44 TeamsShine Like Diamond – 42 pointsBacon Time – 39 pointsBoom Esports – 38 pointsYoodo Alliance – 37 pointsAlter Ego – 36 pointsSEM9 – 35 pointsVOIN – 32 pointsD’Xavier – 32 pointsPersija Evos – 31 pointsGeek Slate – 30 pointsBox Gaming – 19 pointsBigetron Esports – 15 points

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Interestingly, the third-best team in the PMSL league also hails from Thailand – Vampire Esports took third place with 46 points, despite their mediocre results in week two. Earlier this year, the team made notable acquisitions, adding two veteran players, Noozy and TonyK, both of whom significantly strengthen the roster.

RRQ was the best Indonesian team in the league, taking fourth place with 44 points. SLD of Vietnam won week three and was fifth with 42 points. Boom Esports, the winning unit of PMPL Indonesia Spring that year, placed seventh with 38 points.

Persija Evos, featuring experienced Indonesian players like Luxxy and Zuxxy, had a strong second week but struggled in weeks 1 and 3, eventually finishing in 13th place with 31 bonus points. Bigetron just managed to get to the PMSL Finals with 15 bonus points after a miserable performance in the league. Team Secret was the underperforming squad in the league as the Malaysian unit was 20th with just nine bonus points.