The first phase of the National PUBG League came to a close over the weekend, and Tempo Storm emerged victorious having largely dominated the competition. They go home pocketing a tidy $100,000 in prize money too.
A glance at the final standings shows just how far ahead of the competition Tempo Storm were. They earned the top spot with a whopping 214 kill points and 368 points in total, while second place occupants Cloud9 could only claim a distant 190 kill points and 299 total points. Team Envy and Shoot To Kill earned third and fourth spots respectively.
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Here are the final standings for Phase 1:
- Tempo Storm – 368 Points
- Cloud9 – 299 Points
- Team Envy – 290 Points
- Shoot To Kill – 285 Points
- Why Tempt Fate – 283 Points
- Wildcard Gaming – 232 Points
- Smokin’ Aces Red – 226 Points
- Ghost Gaming – 220 Points
- Endemic Esports – 216 Points
- Simplicity – 211 Points
- Spacestation Gaming – 211 Points
- eUnited – 182 Points
- Vicious Gaming – 176 Points
- Lazarus – 142 Points
- Noble eSports – 140 Points
- Oxymoron – 126 Points
Next up for the top four teams is the PUBG Classic which is being held next month in London.
It’s set to feature all the best teams from other regions in PUBG’s competitive scene and it’ll be interesting to see how Tempo Storm cope against some of the world’s finest teams.
Despite the top four having been decided already, the first phase of the National PUBG League (NPL) still ploughs on.
The bottom six teams in the standings will face off against the NPL Contenders in an event beginning March 22nd which will see some teams relegated and others promoted going into Phase 2 of the NPL.