Where to Watch PUBG Continental Series 4

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Just in case you’ve been living under a rock, the PUBG Continental Series 4 is starting this week. Matches for Asia Pacific and Americas begin June 10, while Europe and Asia matches start June 12.

The tournament itself runs over three weekends with six matches per day. The prize pool is $1 million divided equally among participating regions. Here is the schedule for each region:

  • APAC and Americas
    • Week 1: June 10 to 11
    • Week 2: June 17 to 18
    • Week 3: June 24 to 25
  • Asia and Europe
    • Week 1: June 12 to 13
    • Week 2: June 19 to 20
    • Week 3: June 26 to 27

If you’re interested in watching the matches, there are different sites that you can visit. These platforms provide the Global (English) Feed:

You can view the complete list of broadcasts in different languages here.

Of course, the experience wouldn’t be complete without the talents who will guide us to what’s happening. These are:

  • Americas
    • Steven “Toffees” Pierce
    • Matt “Matrym” Oates
    • Mike “Porosaurus” Navarro
    • Cameron Davis
    • Dustin “Godspeed” Kane
    • Stephanie “Klov3r” Naboshek
  • Europe
    • Tobias “TheNameIsToby” Wiinblad
    • Richard “TheSimms” Simms
    • Martin “Avnqr” Gøth
    • Lauren “Pansy” Scott
    • Michael “hypoc” Robins
  • Asia
    • Clinton “Paperthin” Bader
    • “Nick”
  • APAC
    • Jake “Zenox” Brander
    • Jordan “Elfishguy” Mays
    • Liam “Chunks” Desposito
    • “Saga”

Finally, here are the different teams participating in each region:

  • Americas
    • 22
    • Soniqs
    • OATH
    • Lat Dom
    • SSG
    • Veritas
    • TSM
    • TROG
    • GAS
    • ENR
    • 303
    • eU
    • CREX
    • Dodge
    • DIG
    • WC
  • Asia
    • Afreeca Freecs
    • Gen.G Esports
    • GPS GHIBLI
    • DAMWON Gaming
    • MaD Clan
    • emTek StormX e-sports
    • Danawa e-sports
    • T1
    • Four Angry Men
    • 17 Gaming
    • Multi Circle Gaming
    • Games Forever Young
    • KaiXin Esports
    • Petrichor Road
    • ENTER FORCE.36
    • Global Esports Xsset
  • ​APAC
    • Buriram United Esports
    • ArkAngel Predator
    • GameHome Esports
    • BN United
    • Victim Rise
    • The Colony
    • Eagle 365 Esports
    • FURY
    • X-Stadium Thu Duc
    • The Expendables
    • Magic Esport
    • Team NO1
    • Attack All Around
    • Daytrade Gaming
    • Sharper Esport
    • Team Bliss
  • ​Europe
    • AfterAlt
    • BBL Esports
    • Blaze Esports
    • Digital Athletics
    • ENCE
    • EXhalatioN
    • FaZe Clan
    • FIVE
    • Heroic
    • Team Liquid
    • Mutiny
    • Natus Vincere
    • Redline
    • RTG ESPORTS
    • SKADE
    • Virtus.pro

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has a maximum of 100 players drop on an island and fight to be the last team or player standing. The game was first released on PC in 2017 with a version for Xbox One released in 2018. Later in the same year, PUBG was ported to PlayStation 4.

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