The PUBG Global Invitational, the first large PUBG tournament consisting of the best PUBG players from around the globe, will be staged in the Mercedes Benz Arena in Berlin.
The road to the Arena continues, as more teams enter the competition.
Team Gates, Ghost Gaming and Honey Badger Nation will be the representatives for the NA region in the PUBG Global Invitational 2018. They’ll be playing to win – to get a slice from the 2 million dollar cake!
Team Gates proved that consistency is key. Playing for position, with the occasional bit of circle luck, they ended up in first place overall in points with an average placement of 7th per game. But with everyone bringing their A-game in Berlin, will slow and steady win the race?
Ghost Gaming, despite facing roster difficulties before the tournament, ended Day 1 with a record setting 1945 points & 42 kills in only 4 games! With the return of EnergeticTurtle and their shotcaller, Balloc, boosting the team’s spirit, the rest of the competition should definitely be afraid of these ghosts.
Honey Badger Nation is the poster child for an open qualifier, having formed for the sole purpose of qualifying for PGI. With key playmakers like w1ckk holding out as the last man on his team and securing the chicken dinner with a rain of grenades against 2 squads, their goal of qualifying may just turn into winning the whole thing. But will their wildcard style and unorthodox shot calling be enough against the seasoned team play of the other competitors?
With almost half of the participating teams being announced,the competitive spirit of PUBG runs high. Who’ll be the last one surviving?