This tournament will see the best teams from around Europe, Middle-East, and Africa competing for a share of a $100,000 prize pool.
Krafton has lifted the curtain on an all new tournament that will be joining the competitive PUBG: Battlegrounds circuit. Known as the PUBG EMEA Championship, this event will be for teams competing in the Europe, Middle-East, and the Africa regions, and will see teams competing for both a share of a $100,000 prize pool, but also for PUBG Global Championship points and spots in the PUBG Global Series.
The tournament will kick off in March with an open qualifier and will be followed up by a playoffs bracket a week later, all before a Grand Finals later in the month. This final stage will feature 16 teams who will partake in five games per day for three days, all in the hopes of landing one of the two PGS slots.
When the action does start, you can catch the broadcast (from the playoffs onwards) right here.