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PUBG Global Championships 2021
Over $2,000,000 prize pool

2021 PUBG champions

Last month met 16 PUBG Esport teams competing at the PUBG Global Championship Grand Finals 2021 in Incheon, Korea. They have played a total of 15 matches and have battled for over $2 million in prize money. To be able to participate, PUBG eSport teams had to play Weekly Survival Tournaments and place in top.

Grand final attendees

The nine highest teams on the Overall Leaderboard progressed to the Grand Finals and out of those teams famous eSport names like Team Liquid, Virtus Pro, NewHappy, Global Esports Xsset and Spacestation Gaming eventually ended up qualifying for the PGC 2021 Grand Finals.

The PUBG Global Championship was streamed live on the PUBG Twitch channel, where it was being watched by thousands of gamers across the globe. Eventually, it was eSports team NewHappy that won the 2021 PUBG Global Championship with 159 points, just 4 points above team Heroic, which settled for second place. NewHappy won a total of $1,3 million during the event, as PUBG players could increase the tournament’s prize pool by buying in-game vanity items, and boy they did.

Tournament prize pool

Other eSport teams that racked in quite some nice amounts of the prize pool were Virtus.Pro with $325k, TSM with $260k and Danawa e-sports, which took $145k home. Also, some bettors won quite big during the tournament from the comfort of their own homes, as people around the globe placed bets on their favourite eSports team on sites discussed at, among many others.

This Year

It is still unclear whether the PUBG 2022 North American Pro League will be held or not due to the current global travel restrictions. Krafton Inc., the company behind the famous 3rd person shooter game said it might consider just holding online, non-LAN events for this year. In any case, all we can do now is wait for the final decision.

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