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.
With the actual event being less than 2 weeks away, the final teams for the tournament are entering the fray.
Team Liquid, WTSG and Pittsburg Knights will represent the EU region in the PUBG Global Invitational 2018.
Team Liquid won an impressive three games on the first day of the qualifying round, grabbing the top spot overall. But are they fluid enough to win even one game against some of the best teams in the world?
WTSG, short for Welcome to South Georgo, entered PGI with tremendous skills and stable performances, securing 2nd place overall in the EU qualifier. The beaches in Georgo may be nice, but WTSG has to make it through some tough competition before they can enjoy that vacation.
Pittsburgh Knights showed great consistency over the 3 day qualifier, ranking anywhere from 2nd to 6th, with a 3rd place finish overall. While impressive, they’ll have to tighten up that placement range if they are to walk away with the PGI title.
The ultimate challenge awaits in the last week of July, in the Mercedes Benz Arena in Berlin. Who’ll come out triumphant?