PUBG Global Championships 2022 Grand Finals Start Today

Who's going home with the crown?
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The fights are about to get more intense as the PUBG Global Championships 2022 starts the Grand Finals today. A total of 16 teams have made it this far and now compete in 20 matches to determine who takes the crown and a large piece of the $2 million prize pool. The pressure becomes greater since the matches will be held in front of a live audience. The Grand Finals run for four days from November 17 to November 20.

The 16 teams are:

  • Europe
    • Natus Vincere
    • Twisted Minds
    • Question Mark
    • FaZe Clan
    • Entropiq
  • Asia
    • 17 Gaming
    • Kwangdong Freecs
    • Danawa E-Sports
    • TakeMeAway Gaming
  • Americas
    • eUnited
    • YAHO
    • Wildcard Gaming
  • APAC
    • Daytrade Gaming
    • The Expendables
    • CERBERUS Esports

Broadcast Team

Helping fans keep track of what's happening are some familiar faces from the PUBG community. Serving as stage host is none other than Sam "Tech Girl" Write. Other talents of the broadcast team include:

  • Clinton "Paperthin" Bader
  • Jake "Zenox" Venditti
  • Tobias "TheNameIsToby" Wiinblad
  • Matt "Matrym" Oates
  • Cameron "Cameron" Davis
  • Mike "Porosaurus" Navarro
  • James "Kaelaris" Carrol
  • Steven "Toffees" Pierce
  • Martin "Avnqr" Gøth

A Quick Recap for the Americas

The Americas are represented in the Grand Finals by Wildcard Gaming, YAHO, and eUnited. Both YAHO and eUnited managed to enter the Grand Final by getting in the top eight of the Winner's bracket.

Meanwhile, Wildcard Gaming had a more difficult time since the team was at the bottom eight of the Winner’s Bracket. Fortunately, the team managed to get second place in the Loser’s Bracket 2, and their performance earned them a place in the Grand Finals.

Fun for Fans

This is also an exciting time for fans to watch the PGC 2022 with the Fantasy PUBG Esports, another way for them to be involved in the game. Similar to other fantasy sports, there's online prediction of games involved where fans put up a virtual team composed of PUBG esports players. In essence, the better the player performs in real life, the higher the fantasy points a fan gets. Read more about it here.

There’s also the Pick’em Challenge, a chance for fans to earn in-game rewards by correctly predicting the result of the tournament. Don't take too long to decide since voting ends tomorrow, November 18. Learn more about the challenge here.

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