The team proved its dominance and is heading home with $600,000 in prize money.
After ten days of competition, the PUBG Global Series 2023 Phase 2 tournament has come to an end. Held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, as part of the Gamers8 festival, the tournament has seen the best PUBG: Battlegrounds teams from around the world in attendance and competing for a share of a $2 million prize pool.
Now that the tournament has wrapped up, we know who has been named as the winner for the event, with that going to Soniqs. After proving its dominance and solidly securing first place, Soniqs will be heading home with $600,000 in prize money.
As for the awards that have been given for the event, Soniqs "TGLTN" has been named finals MVP and given the title for the most kills in the finals. Cerberus Esports' "Himass" has been named winner bracket MVP and titled for most kills in this part of the tournament. In the lower bracket, Twisted Minds' "Perfect1ks" gets MVP and most kills, and in the group stage, TYLOO's "Shen" gets MVP, while Himass gets most kills again.
Now that this tournament is in the books, all eyes are on the Global Championship, which will be taking place in Thailand this year.