The PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) Africa Spring 2023, powered by Tencent Games, concluded on April 16, leaving us with an unforgettable showcase of talent and excitement. After three intense days of fierce competition, the Triple Esports team emerged victorious, led by the seasoned PUBG Mobile player Dmytro “OldBoy” Bui. Alongside him were Morteza “Morteza” Mojaddidi, Daniel “Icy” Ninov, KIMOU, and M7MD, all of whom displayed awe-inspiring skills that left fans in awe.
The PMPL Africa Spring 2023 brought together the best teams from the region to battle for the six available slots to represent the continent in the highly anticipated PMPL Middle East and Africa (MEA) Championship Spring 2023. This tournament not only showcased the immense talent in Africa but also validated the decision to establish it as a separate region with tremendous potential for growth in the esports industry.
The Top 6 teams on the leaderboard, including the triumphant Triple Esports, as well as The World of Battle, Rukh Esports, Titan Gaming, GreedyForKills, and Vista Gaming, have earned their well-deserved spots in the upcoming PMPL MEA Championship Spring 2023, as they proved to be the cream of the crop in this thrilling tournament.
As the champions of PMPL Africa Spring 2023, Triple Esports took home a grand prize of $6800, a true testament to their exceptional performance. The runners-up, The World of Battle and Rukh Esports, also secured impressive cash prizes of $4800 and $4300, respectively. Additionally, OldBoy from Triple Esports was crowned the MVP of the tournament, earning him a well-deserved reward of $1000 for his outstanding contributions to the team’s success.
With such incredible displays of skill and passion, the PMPL Africa Spring 2023 has not only crowned a worthy champion but has also further amplified the growing enthusiasm for esports in Africa. The future of esports on the continent looks brighter than ever, and we can’t wait to witness more thrilling tournaments and remarkable performances in the days to come.