Video game company Krafton Inc will host the Grand Finals for the PUBG EMEA Championship: Spring from 19:00 CET today (March 24th) to this Sunday 26th, where 16 of the region’s best rosters will compete for a share of the tournament’s $100,000 prize pool.
The regional tournament serves as a qualifying round to allow esports teams to earn PUBG Global Championship (PGC) Points and secure a spot at PGC 2023 later this year. After the Grand Finals, teams placed first and second will automatically earn places at PUBG Global Series 1 (PGS 1) come April.
In the last three years, the company has hosted in the region of 40 official tournaments, with 60 more run by partners, with a total payout of $15 million in cumulative prize money.
A total of 24 squads entered the Playoffs and only 16 made it to the Grand Finals. FUT Esports is currently at the top of the leaderboards and is already looking like a competitor in the finals.
Other squads like Question Mark, Natus Vincere, and Twisted Minds, who have stuck with their 2022 rosters, have also shown outstanding performances, taking second, third, and fourth place in the Upper Bracket of the Playoffs.
Joining them this weekend in the Grand Finals are The Woo, Acend Club, HOWL, BBL Esports, PolishPower, Exalt, FullTilt, mForce, DiNG, and SARVEM ESPORTS.
How to watch
Esports fans can follow every match live on the official PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS Twitch and PUBG Esports YouTube channel. The matches will also be available in Turkish on the official PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS TR YouTube and Twitch channels.