2021 Global Championship for ‘PUBG: Battlegrounds’ starts November 19

By Kyle Campbell (GLHF)

PlayerUnknown might’ve taken his leave from PUBG: Battlegrounds, but that hasn’t stopped the battle royale phenomenon from proceeding with its 2021 Global Championships. On Monday, PUBG Esports announced that its massive tournament would begin on Nov. 19. 

Like many other prominent esports events this year, the 2021 PUBG Global Global Championships will utilize both LAN and online elements for its tournament structure to ensure the safety of all participants, with teams being invited to Paradise City in Incheon, Korea to participate. The five-week-long event will run from Nov. 19 through Dec. 19, with 32 teams from all over the world competing for a staggering $2 Million.

“The year 2021 was another tough one due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic,” reads a statement from the PUBG Esports Team. “But we’ve done our best to continue PUBG Esports globally by hosting PGI.S and 2 PUBG Continental Series events.”

Safe to say that everyone even slightly interested in PUBG: Battlegrounds will tune in this November.

Written by Kyle Campbell on behalf of GLHF


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