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FACEIT opens a competitive platform for PUBG

With Fortnite constantly taking new steps towards the centre of the esports scene, the competing studio behind PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds does not want to stay behind. In July, we were treated with a huge $2 million-dollar event, the PUBG Global Invitational, and for next year, we’ve been promised professional leagues in Europe, North America, China and South Korea. In their blog, FACEIT has no...[Read More]

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Oh My God are the second champions of PUBG Global Invitational

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Global Invitational has finished after five days of action. Following the TPP phase was the first-person championship which went to Oh My God on Sunday. Team Liquid’s efforts weren’t quite enough this time either, but the team is probably very happy with their two silver medals. Downright overpowered Oh My God managed to play the best day in the whol...[Read More]

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Gen. G Gold is the first winner of PUBG Global Invitational

The two-day journey of PUBG Global Invitational’s TPP phase (third-person perspective) has come to an end. South Korean Gen. G Gold emerged as world’s first TPP winner and took home the title along with a $400,000 prize. Team Liquid and Welcome to South Georgo joined the South Koreans on the podium. Varying performances and a surprise win On Wednesday in Berlin, Germany, the two phase ...[Read More]

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The biggest ever PUBG event features a $2,000,000 prize pool

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Global Invitational or PGI begins on Wednesday in Berlin, Germany and will run from July 25th to 29th. The tournament is the first major event organized by PUBG Corporation. Prize pool between the 20 participant teams is set to 2,000,000 USD. Here are all the participants by region: European Qualifier Team Liquid Welcome to South Georgo Pittsburgh Knights North ...[Read More]