Overall standings, team performance overview and more

Modified March 25, 2023 10:35 PM IST

The penultimate day of week one of the PUBG Mobile Super League (PMSL): Spring SEA ended today, March 25th. After four days of intense action between the top 20 Southeast Asian teams, VOIN Esports holds pole position. The team continued to show consistency today, finishing with 203 points and 134 eliminations. Despite only getting one chicken dinner in 24 games, their numerous high-ranking finishes and many frags helped them maintain their top spot.

Thai team HAIL Esports ended the day in second place. The side that started their climb on Day 2 also had a fabulous outing today, finishing with 179 points and 108 frags. You could also secure a chicken dinner.

Third place after 24 games was taken by the Malaysian squad SEM9. This team also stayed consistent throughout PMSL Week 1. Despite having an average game today, the team still secured 163 points and 96 kills.

Popular Thai team Vampire Esports, which had a wonderful outing yesterday, continued its merry run today. With several top placements and a high-frag chicken dinner, the team secured 4th place with 145 points.

PMSL: Match Summary from Day 4 Total Standings after PMSL Day 4. (Image via PUBG Mobile)

Popular Indonesian team Persija EVOS started with a bang, getting a chicken dinner in the first game of the day. The team skilfully navigated into the final circle and secured the win with nine frags. Vampire Esports showed their survival instincts in this match as they fought their way to second place with a single frag. Third place went to Vietnamese force D’Xavier, who had two kills to their name.

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In the second game of PMSL Day 4, HAIL Esports emerged victorious with five kills. However, it was SEM9 who made a memorable impression in this match, claiming 13 eliminations and taking second place after an exciting display of weapon prowess and skill. Malaysia’s Yoodoo Alliance also had a great outing as they placed third with six kills.


The third and fourth games played on Erangel were won by Vampire Esports and D’Xavier respectively. Showing their class and skill, these two experienced squads took the win with 15 and 13 kills, respectively. They collected chicken food in a dominating manner, eliminating anyone who came near them.

HAIL Esports and Bigetron Red Villains also played well in these games, adding much-needed points to their tally.

Alva had 44 kills in his 24 matches in PMSL. (Image via PUBG Mobile)

Experienced Malaysian squad Team Secret emerged in Game 5 of PMSL Day 4 and secured a chicken dinner with nine kills. The team finally found their footing in this game after struggling in the previous games and cautiously paved the way to their second tournament win.

VOIN Esports, who had been quiet up until this point in the day, also found their form, finishing second with 10 kills. BTR RV finished third, playing well and adding 11 frags to their tally.

Yoodo Alliance’s persistence paid off when they finally secured an eight-frag chicken dinner in the final game of PMSL Day 4. This win helped the team finish in the top 5 overall at the end of the day. Geek Slate, another Malaysian side, secured second place in that match with six kills, while VOIN Esports had another great game and finished third with eight eliminations.

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