We've now had two weeks of PCS2 action, and with just one week remaining the top dogs in each PUBG region are making their charge towards those overall chicken dinners.
Here's how things stand heading into the final round of matches.
In Europe, favourites FaZe Clan are right where they want to be. They hold an 18-point lead over ShiftW, with ENCE a further eight points behind.
The challengers include Omaken Sports, Natus Vincere and Team Liquid — who have recovered spectacularly after a disastrous first week.
After two days of play they found themselves third from last with just 23 points — a massive fifty points behind then-leaders NaVi — but picked up 82 points across Days 3 and 4 to keep them in contention.
With FaZe known for being remarkably consistent, the smart money would be on them to close out the win. However, don't discount any of the chasing pack in the final week.
PCS 2 North America
Things are a little more clear cut in NA, where Soniqs hold a 36-point lead over Shoot To Kill heading into the final eight matches.
There's another 14-point gap to Oath in third, and all things considered it's hard to look past Soniqs claiming the overall crown.
It's been a consistent series for the side, who are the only squad to have registered more than a hundred kill points. With five chicken dinners from sixteen games, you can probably bank on them adding to that tally come the weekend.
The final day of PCS2 Asia has just finished, and Triumphant Song Gaming have snatched it at the death.
Going into the final day they sat fourth in the standings, 28 points behind leaders T1. However, a monstrous charge saw the Chinese team claim two wins from four matches in a 31-point swing, pipping favourites Infantry by just three points.
They did it in style too, with a choice grenade to claim the final chicken dinner of the tournament.
It's a similar situation in APAC to that of North America, where Divine Esports are streets ahead of their rivals. Another team to have broken the 100-kill barrier, the Vietnamese hold a 27-point lead and a 4-to-3 chicken dinner advantage over Thailand's Buriram United Esports.
A further three points back, but with zero dinners to their name, Australia's Fury will still hope of a big week to close the gap. However, it may be a bridge too far for the likes of Battle Arena Elites and DivisionX Gaming, who will need to make up almost 40 points just to draw even.
You can follow all the action in the PUBG Continental Series 2 on the official PUBG Twitch channel.