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S2G Esports win PUBG Mobile global championship

2022 PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) Grand Finals

S2G Esports of Turkey captured the $510,000 grand prize Sunday at the 2022 PUBG Mobile Global Championship in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Sixteen teams competed for a share of the $4 million prize pool over three days of head-to-head matches.

S2G Esports accumulated 190 points Sunday, while DRS GAMING of Nepal finished second with 158 and Alpha7 Esports of Brazil placed third with 156.

Two-time defending champion Nova Esports of China placed ninth.

Burenbayar “TOP” Altangerel of Mongolia was named MVP after leading Godlike Stalwart to a fourth-place finish.

The victorious S2G Esports lineup featured Berkin “Sylas” Cetin, Taha “Calse” Unlu, Faruk “HamsiG” Hamsici and Mehmet “RayZ” Kastal.

2022 PUBG Mobile Global Championship Grand Finals standings and prize money:
1. S2G Esports, $510,000
2. DRS GAMING, $292,000
3. Alpha7 Esports, $217,000
4. Godlike Stalwart, $200,000
5. IHC ESPORTS, $151,000
6. Vampire Esports, $150,000
7. iNCO Gaming, $130,000
8. Four Angry Men, $150,000
9. Nova Esports, $147,500
10. Geek Fam, $150,000
11. Wolves Esports, $47,500
12. Buriram United Esports, $145,000
13. Trained to Kill, $132,500
14. Alter Ego LIMAX, $40,000
15. Fire Flux Esports, $127,500
16. Influence Chemin Esports, $130,000

–Field Level Media