PUBG Europe League Phase 3 kicks off this Friday


PUBG Corporation is pleased to announce the return of the PUBG Europe League (PEL), commencing Friday 30th at Germany’s Messe Berlin and streamed live here:[1] . Teams will be competing for a hefty $350,000 USD prize pool, as well as one of six spots at the PUBG Global Championship (PGC) in November. There, the world’s best PUBG Players will prove their might on the battlegrounds in California, USA for a share of a $2,000,000 USD prize pool.

Top European teams to face off in Berlin to earn a place in PUBG Global Championshi

The action will begin from 18:00 CEST this Friday, with further matches at the same time on Saturday and Sunday, with the exception of matches played in Week 2 and Week 6 – which will start at 5:00 PM CEST. The PEL Phase 3 trailer is live now [2] and the PGC qualification methodology can be found here.

PEL Phase 3 will once again feature 96 matches played out by 16 top teams, this time over the course of six intensive weeks. The final week is set to reach fever pitch as the final competitors employ every ounce of skilled dedication to battle it out for a place at the prestigious PGC. With Sanhok now added to the competitive map pool and set to feature in one match per day, teams will have more ground to cover than ever.

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Note to Editors: Player interviews are also available, please contact [email protected] to register your interest.

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About PUBG Corporation
PUBG Corporation, a member of the KRAFTON game union (former Bluehole Inc.), began as Bluehole Ginno Games, Inc. in 2009 and later renamed to PUBG Corporation in 2017. PUBG Corporation is the publisher and developer of the 2017 blockbuster battle royale video game, PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG), on multiple platforms. Since its release, PUBG has received worldwide acclaim, achieving seven Guinness World Records and winning multiple game awards worldwide.
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