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Viewer's guide: PGI 2018

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The PUBG Global Invitational 2018 which is due to be held in Berlin, Germany at the Mercedes-Benz Arena from July 25-29, is the first major esports tournament for the game to be hosted by PUBG Corp themselves.
The $2,000,000 prizepool will be split with $1m going to each FPP (First Person Perspective) and TPP (Third Person Perspective). The twenty participating teams have had to earn their places through various grueling qualifying events, spread around the world, including from Europe, North America, Latin America, CIS region, Korea, China, Japan, Ocean, South East Asia and more!

Participating teams

Format and schedule

The Third Person Perspective games will be played on just Erangel; whereas the First Person Perspective games will take place on both Erangel and the desert map Miramar.

Each format will have eight matches played, with four taking place a day.

Wednesday, 25 July

Opening
TPP Match #1
TPP Match #2
TPP Match #3
TPP Match #4

Thursday, 26 July

TPP Match #5
TPP Match #6
TPP Match #7
TPP Match #8
Awards

Friday, 27 July

Day Off

Saturday, 28 July

FPP Match #1
FPP Match #2
FPP Match #3
FPP Match #4

Sunday, 29 July

FPP Match #5
FPP Match #6
FPP Match #7
FPP Match #8
Awards

Scoring Breakdown

Points are given for both kills and finishing positions.

Each kill is worth 15 points.

Positioning Points
1. 500 pts
2. 410 pts
3. 345 pts
4. 295 pts
5. 250 pts
6. 210 pts
7. 175 pts
8. 145 pts
9. 120 pts
10. 100 pts
11. 80 pts
12. 65 pts
13. 50 pts
14. 40 pts
15. 30 pts
16. 20 pts
17. 15 pts
18. 10 pts
19. 5 pts
20. 0 pts

Prize pool and distribution

The $2,000,000 prize pool is split between the two disciplines, with one million going to each TPP and FPP.
First place, of course, takes home the lion's share of the money up for grabs, with $400,000 going to each first placed team.

The team who wins each individual match will get $10,000. Two MVPs will also take $10,000.

TPP Final Placements

1. Gen.G Gold — $400,000
2. Team Liquid — $160,000
3. Welcome to South George — $100,000
4. OH MY GOD — $60,000
5. Pittsburgh Knights — $35,000
6. Gen.G Black — $35,000
7. Made in Thailand — $20,000
8. Ghost Gaming — $20,000
9. Chiefs Esports Club — $10,000
10. Natus Vincere — $10,000
11. Savage Esports — $10,000
12. ahq e-Sports Club — $10,000
13. Four Angry Men — $5,000
14. Crest Gaming Xanadu — $5,000
15. Honey Badger Nation — $5,000
16. Avangar — $5,000
17. OyunHizmetleri eSports — $2,500
18. Crest Gaming Windfall — $2,500
19. Refund Gaming — $2,500
20. Team Gates — $2,500


FPP Final Placements

1. OH MY GOD — $400,000
2. Team Liquid — $160,000
3. Welcome to South George — $100,000
4. Natus Vincere — $60,000
5. Avangar — $35,000
6. Ghost Gaming — $35,000
7. Honey Badger Nation — $20,000
8. Pittsburgh Knights — $20,000
9. Gen.G Gold — $10,000
10. Refund Gaming — $10,000
11. Gen.G Black — $10,000
12. Chiefs Esports Club — $10,000
13. Team Gates — $5,000
14. Four Angry Men — $5,000
15. Crest Gaming Windfall — $5,000
16. Crest Gaming Xanadu — $5,000
17. ahq e-Sports Club — $2,500
18. Savage Esports — $2,500
19. OyunHizmetleri eSports — $2,500
20. Made in Thailand — $2,500

Broadcasting team & Stream Information


Desk Host:
United Kingdom James "Kaelaris" Carrol

Stage Host:
Canada Cameron Davies

Reporter:
United Kingdom Frankie Ward

Casters:
United Kingdom Lauren "pansy" Scott
United Kingdom Richard "TheSimms" Simms
Canada Derek "wtfmoses" Moseley
Australia Toby "TobiWan" Dawson

Analysts:
Romania Bogdan "Boogie" Carp
Denmark Martin "Avnqr" Gøth

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