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PGI 2018 Teams - Asia

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The main event of the PUBG Global Invitational 2018, otherwise known as PGI 2018, is on the horizon. 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.
With it covering such a vast area, the qualifiers concerning countries from the Asia region were split up into various different regions.

Korea

The PUBG Korea League handled the qualifiers for Korea, through a variety of tournaments. The top two teams in the first half of the PUBG Korea League qualified for the PGI 2018.

Korea Top 4
1. Gen.G Gold — PGI 2018 place
2. Gen.G Black — PGI 2018 place
3. Korea OGN Entus Force
4. Korea Afreeca Freecs Ares

Thailand

The winner of the Thai qualifier took home 40,000 Thai Baht ($1,200 USD), and the spot at PGI 2018, whilst the top 4 teams all secured a place at the Southeast Asia.

Thailand Top 4
1. Made in Thailand — PGI 2018 place
2. Thailand Logitech G.Host
3. Thailand Re4L by Pokesport
4. Thailand Demonic Armory

Southeast Asia

The SEA Qualifiers consisted of four teams from each Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. The team who emerged victorious were once again Made in Thailand, but as they had already qualified from the Thai qualifier, the PGI 2018 place went to Refund Gaming.

SEA Top 4
1. Made in Thailand — $40,000
2. Refund Gaming — $20,000 & PGI 2018 place
3. Philippines ArkAngel — $10,000
4. Vietnam GIGABYTE Marines — $8,000

Taiwan

The Taiwan qualifier was decided through the MetalHogs PUBG League, which you may have seen advertised in game through the wall decals, with it's distinctive logo. ahq e-Sports Club were the team who you will be seeing in Berlin, after they were victorious.

Taiwan Top 4
1. Made in Thailand — $20,000 & PGI 2018 Place
2. Refund Gaming — $10,000
3. Philippines ArkAngel — $6,666
4. Vietnam GIGABYTE Marines — $3,333

Japan

The PUBG JAPAN SERIES β League was used to determine the two teams who would advance from the Japan region, to the PGI 2018 main event. 2 Teams from both β Class 1 & β Class 2 with most overall points summed from Phase 1 and Phase 2 qualifies to PGI 2018

Japan Top 2
1. Crest Gaming Xanadu — PGI 2018 Place
2. Crest Gaming Windfall — PGI 2018 Place

China

The Chinese based qualifiers had both First Person Perspective (FPP) and Third Person Perspective tournaments, with the winner of each securing themselves a place at the PGI Main Event in Berlin.

China FPP Top 4
1. OH MY GOD — ¥ 600,000 (~$89,600) & PGI 2018 Place
2. China Kingzone SSS — ¥ 200,000 (~$29,800)
3. China Victory Five — ¥ 100,000 (~$14,900)
4. China X-Quest — ¥ 50,000 (~$7,400)

China TPP Top 4
1. Four Angry Men — ¥ 600,000 (~$89,600) & PGI 2018 Place
2. China 17 Gaming — ¥ 200,000 (~$29,800)
3. China VTA Club — ¥ 100,000 (~$14,900)
4. China Victory Five — ¥ 50,000 (~$7,400)

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