As if PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds fans didn't have enough to be excited about in terms of esports, what with the Intel Extreme Masters Katowice Invitational competition in Poland this past weekend, we now have another tournament to look forward to, as professional teams will compete from March 9 to April 6 in the Stream.Me PUBG Invitational - Powered by Auzom.
The tournament will feature $25,000 USD in cash prizes and will host 32 esports organisations, including Team Liquid, Rogue, Vitality, Eunited, and more, with others being announced in the week before the tournament kicks off.
These matches will take place at 20:00 CET on March 9, 15, 30, and April 6, so there's regular competition to keep on top of, all of which will be hosted and broadcasted by Stream.Me. You can watch the competition right here on Stream.Me's website, and you can watch a trailer on Twitter too.
Do you like the fact that we're getting more PUBG esports competitions?