PUBG Reveals More Details On Upcoming PCS3

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Some details on an upcoming tournament. PUBG

PUBG announced more details of its next premier esports event, which is the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Continental Series 3, or PCS3. For one, the PCS3 is going to consist of four regional tournaments across North America, Europe, Asia, and Asia-Pacific, Teams for each region are going to fight not only for the right to be declared as Grand Champion, but also for a lion’s share of the $200,000 regional prize pool.

Before the actual PCS3 Grand Final, each region is going to have their very own qualification rounds. Once the Group Stages are done, then the PCS3 Grand Final begins. The whole tournament is going to take place over a period of three weekends, with each region’s Grand Champion determined after 24 matches. Here are the schedules for each PCS3 Grand Final:

  • North America
    • November 5-6
    • November 12-13
    • November 19-20
  • Europe
    • November 7-8
    • November 14-15
    • November 21-22
  • Asia
    • November 5-6
    • November 12-13
    • November 19-20
  • Asia-Pacific
    • November 7-8
    • November 14-15
    • November 21-22

Good news for fans, the PCS3 also sees the return of the Pick’Em Challenge. With this, fans get the chance to get in-game rewards for guessing who will win each regional tournament. Like the previous events, players need a voting coupon in order to be able to vote. Coupons can be obtained by either buying celebratory PCS3 items or watching the tournaments.

In addition, fans can also expect 25% of the in-game profits to be distributed back to the pro teams of all four regions. The Pick’Em Challenge starts on October 28 for the PC and October 29 for consoles. Both are going to end on November 19.

A Focus on Europe

In addition to the details of the Grand Final, PUBG also shared extra details for the Europe Region. The Group Stage itself is going to be from October 13 to October 18. A total of 24 teams are going to fight it out to get one of 16 spots for the Grand Final. It’s going to be exciting as teams taking part include former PCS winners FaZe Clan, TSM, and Northern Lights.

Fans can watch all the action on Twitch and YouTube. The talents involved for the Europe leg are:

  • James ‘Kaelaris’ Carrol
  • Steven ‘Toffees’ Pierce
  • Martin ‘Avnqr’ Gøth
  • Patrick ‘Frosz’ lu
  • Tobias ‘TheNameIsToby’ Wiinblad
  • Richard ‘TheSimms’ Simms
  • Michael ‘hypoc’ Robins

Excited for the PCS3 yet?

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