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Ghost Gaming win the PGL PUBG Invitational

They topped the table after all the games had finished.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is getting more and more esports competitions, and now the PUBG Invitational by esports organiser PGL has concluded, with Ghost Gaming sitting atop the table as champions after all the games had finished, although it was incredibly close at the end of it all.

Ghost Gaming's point tally amounted to 6,155 in the end, as you can see from PGL's chart below, while second place Grubie's points were 6,140, with the latter actually getting more kills than Ghost Gaming overall. Kinguin also impressed in that department too, but their fourth place finish was down to their poor place points.

Do you like the fact that kills are rewarded with points, despite the Battle Royale genre emphasising survival?

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Photo: PGL

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