The final event of the 2019 PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds competitive season PUBG Global Championship 2019, which will pit 32 best teams from all over the world in a fight for $2,000,000, will begin in two weeks in Los Angeles. For the first time in PUBG esports history, the teams will compete on three maps – Erangel, Miramar and Sanhok.
Among the participants of the event are representatives of nine regions, including:
The event will be held in four stages, the first three stages will be played at OGN Super Arena while the final one will take place at Oakland Arena. The Group Stage, which is scheduled for November 8-9th, will feature 32 teams competing in two groups. Top eight teams from each group will advance directly to the semifinals, while the others will make it to the elimination stage. The Elimination Stage will take place on November 10th, where sixteen teams will play in six rounds to determine the final eight teams that will take place in the semifinals. The Semifinals is scheduled for November 15-17th and will have three groups of eight, with each group playing against other groups in round robin system, i.e. each team will play 12 matches. The best sixteen teams will advance to the final stage. The Grand Final will be played on November 23rd-24th, where sixteen teams will compete in 12 matches.