PUBG Esports announces Global Partner Teams for the 2023 Season, CHECK OUT DETAILS – Last month, PUBG Esports opened the application process for its Global Partner Team (GPT) Program. This program aims to establish a more stable esports scene around the game. During the application period, lots of entries were submitted and finally, we now have the teams selected for the GPT program.
We are excited to announce our eight founding Global Partner Teams.
Congratulations to the new PUBG Esports 2023 Global Partner Teams and our greatest thank you to all the teams that showed interest in our new GPT program.#PUBG #PUBGesports #globalpartnerteam #esports
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PUBG Esports announces Global Partner Teams for the 2023 Season, CHECK OUT DETAILS
For the selection process, a PUBG Esports evaluation committee was created. Its job was to review applications and make sure that each submission went through a final check under three major categories. The organization/team that has filled an entry must have a stable Governance body that works efficiently. Moreover, it must have also built up a significant History in the esports scene, allowing it to attract lots of Fandom.
These factors helped the committee analyze an organization’s ability and will to participate in the PUBG Esports journey and help to develop a more robust ecosystem in the future. Here are the eight teams that have been selected for the Global Partner Teams program:
- Four Angry Men: Four Angry Battle-Hardened Veterans
- 4AM is a veteran PUBG Esports team that has a shining legacy. They have already won three PCL championships and continue to gain high popularity both in China and around the globe.
- 17Gaming: Dedicated To The Cause
- With a second-place finish in PGC 2022, 17Gaming has built up its incredible legacy. Their hunt for the World Champion title continues in 2023.
- FaZe CLAN: Veterans Of The Scene
- Everyone knows the name of FaZe Clan in the esports scene. They will be looking to convert their rich history in PUBG Esports to winning more Championships.
- Gen.G: Pioneers Of The Scene
- After winning their first major international tournament as early as 2018, Gen.G has continuously aimed for higher heights. They will be looking to continue their journey to take the champion’s crown in 2023.
- Natus Vincere: Reigning World Champions
- The current PGC World Champions will return in 2023 to defend their title. Teams need to watch out for this EMEA squad as they will be a dominant force in the esports scene.
- Petrichor Road: Paving The Road To Champions
- Led by their superstar player Aixleft, Petrichor Road is considered one of the best teams in Asia. They had a dominant showing in PCS tournaments, placing first in PCS4, 5, and 6 consecutively.
- Soniqs: Americas’ Powerhouse
- Already being five-time PCS Americas champions, the addition of Soniqs is not a surprise. They took home the PGI.S trophy and are will look forward to a global conquest to assert their region’s dominance.
- Twisted Minds: Titans Of EMEA
- Securing a third-place finish at the PGC 2022 allowed Twisted Minds’ to emerge as a force to be reckoned with. They have one of the best squads this season and will aim for the Championship crown again.
Although only eight teams have been selected for the Global Partner Teams program, fans of other PUBG Esports teams should not be disheartened. There will be regional events in Asia, the Americas, APAC, and EMEA, offering top squads from around the world the opportunity to qualify for the year’s biggest events.
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