The Nepali Warriors 🏆 | 2022 PMNC Nepal

Dec 30

Just a few more PMNCs to look at before we close 2022, this time we're moving on to the Southern Asia region - and first up is the PUBG Mobile National Championship Nepal (PMNC NP) 2022 🇳🇵

As a quick recap, PMNC Nepal began with the registrations from Nov 7th - 25th, followed by the Open In-Game Qualifiers on Nov 27th - Dec 2nd. 128 teams advanced into the Group Stage on Dec 7th - 10th where 3 matches determined 24 teams to advance to the Semi-Finals.

The Semi-Finals featured 32 teams (24 qualified teams, 6 teams from PMCO and 2 teams from Nepal Series) where they fought in 18 matches across 3 days (Dec 14th - 16th) to determine the best 13 teams to the Grand Finals.

The Grand Finals took place on Dec 21st - 22nd as a LAN event at the Brikutimandap Exhibition Hall in Kathmandu. 16 teams (13 from Semi-Finals & 3 from PMPL 2022) battled in 12 matches in front of the crowd for the championship, a total prizepool of $30,000 USD and 3 slots to 2023 PMPL South Asia!

(LAN champion photo - Source: PUBG Mobile Nepal/PUBG Mobile Esports South Asia)
(PMNC Finals Overall Standings - Top 8)

In the end, iLLUMiN8 Crew (iL8C) won the championship and runner-ups; Leo Gangsters (LG) and Abrupt Slayers (ASL) also won their ticket to participate in next year's iteration of PMPL South Asia. Only ASL that was relegated from 2022 PMPL gets a second chance to participate again in 2023 PMPL while iL8C and LG are the new Nepali representatives. In 2023, will Nepal outshine the other South Asian countries? Only time will tell...
But I don't have to tell where you can get more information of the event; Liquipedia of course 😂:

PMNC Nepal 2022 also marked Nepal's first PUBG Mobile offline event after the pandemic. Next up, we're going to look at Pakistan where they also had their Finals offline event so stay tuned ✨

#News#Esports#PMNC 2022
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