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PUBG Corporation Announced PUBG Global Invitational S.(Survival) for 2021


Today PUBG Corporation has reported that in 2021 it will have the PUBG Global Invitational S with significant wellbeing measures and an arrangement design. This event will most probably happen in South Korea for more than about two months, from February 2 to March 28, 2021. Which appears that it will be like a very long eSports occasion for PUBG tournament as for now.

Mostly this is a result of the security measures due to Covid19 pandemic around the competition.

PUBG CORPORATION has prepared two weeks of quarantine time in the team schedules immediately after they arrive. The teams will be provided with various services to help keep everyone comfortable during their isolation. Besides the PUBG officials be following all administration rules and security insurances while establishing our own fortified wellbeing estimates at every possible opportunity.

The competition will include 32 groups from around the globe seeking an all-out $3.5 million prize pool. 32 teams from around the world will be invited to PGI.S from the regions listed below. A full team list will be released at a later date.

  • Europe: 7 Teams
  • China: 6 Teams
  • Southeast Asia: 5 Teams
  • North America: 4 Teams
  • South Korea: 4 Teams
  • Latin America: 2 Teams
  • Japan: 2 Teams
  • Chinese Taipei: 2 Teams

The timetable isn’t yet accessible yet the competition basically works through non-weekend day matches driving into the end of the week games for  winning a cash prize every week, The team with the most amount of prize money after 8 weeks will be the final champions of PGI.S

Ashish Jha
Ashish is a passionate writer in the gaming and esports industry, and an Anime geek, fueled by coding, coffee, and late-night game sessions.

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