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PGI 2018 Teams — North and Latin American Qualifiers

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The main event of the PUBG Global Invitational 2018, otherwise known as PGI 2018, is creeping up on us. The first major tournament organised by PUBG Corp has had qualifying events around the world, and they are all coming to a head as we take a look at the winners from each region.

North America


The three teams who will be in Berlin from the North American qualifiers will be Team Gates, Ghost Gaming and Honey Badger Nation.

The biggest shock for the North American qualifiers would be how well Ghost Gaming managed to perform, as they had to use Caden "CAD3N" Brill and Zachary "Venerated" Roach of Team Envyus in place of their regular players Mathias "Turtle" Nielsen and Sebastian "BALLOC" Berendt due to visa issues.

NA Standings


1. Team Gates — $32,000 & PGI 2018 place
2. Ghost Gaming — $24,000 & PGI 2018 place
3. Honey Badger Nation — $18,000 & PGI 2018 place
4. Slime Squad — $12,000
5. Tempo Storm — $8,000
6. Team Dignitas — $8,000
7. Optic Gaming — $6,000
8. Wildcard Gaming — $6,000
9. The God Squad — $4,000
10. Cloud9 — $4,000
11. Eunited — $4,000
12. Nova Esports — $4,000
13. Team Totality — $3,000
14. World Trigger Happy — $3,000
15. World Orbit Gaming — $3,000
16. World FLYQUEST — $3,000
17. Spacestation Gaming — $2,000
18. NRG Esports — $2,000
19. World MOTIV8 — $2,000
20. World Gankstars — $2,000


Latin America



Only one spot went to the Latin American qualifiers, so this was a fiercely contested event, which was played on both FPP and TPP. The winning team, Savage Esports did so in a pretty convincing fashion in the end, with over 800 points more than their nearest rivals. They did this by winning two chicken dinners and securing a huge amount of kills whilst doing so.

LA Standings


1. Argentina Savage Esports — $12,000 & PGI 2018 place
2. Brazil Black Dragons eSports — $8,000
3. Brazil Guardians Imperium Esports — $4,000
4. Brazil No Org — $2,400
5. Brazil FK Team — $1,200
6. Brazil 1v9 Gaming — $1,200
7. Brazil Furia eSports — $600
8. Chile Isurus Gaming — $600
9. Chile Pandora's Warriors
10. Brazil Athena Esports
11. Brazil Brasil Gaming House
12. Brazil Space Monkeys
13. Brazil Zenzory
14. Brazil TSHOW
15. Chile Team Secret
16. Peru Alpha Wolves
17. Brazil Team Wild
18. Argentina Furious Gaming
19. Brazil EXPERIENCELIVE
20. Brazil game0wners

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