Indonesian PUBG Mobile pro player BDFRewind has been indefinitely banned from competing in the game after he was found to be cheating during a tournament.
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Starting today, PGI.S hosts the Survival Tournament. Designed as a more fun interlude from the main tournament, it again shakes up the format we're used to. Here's how it works and all the results.
After just two weeks of play, crowdfunding has more than doubled the PGI.S prize pool — making it the biggest PUBG tournament yet in terms of prize money, and one of the top ten events in esports history.
The first major international PUBG tournament of the year — the PUBG Global Invitational.S — kicks off on Friday, February 5 2021, and sees 32 of the world's best teams will do battle for the ultimate Chicken Dinner. Here's what you need to know.
With global uncertainty over LAN events still ongoing, PUBG Esports have announced a continuation of last year's popular PCS series in 2021, culminating in the PUBG Global Championship.
PCS3 ended this weekend with final days of APAC and Europe PUBG competition, with both Northern Lights and Buriram United Esports holding on to their overnight leads to seal victory.
In a thrilling conclusion to PCS3 North America, Susquehanna Soniqs played some scintillating PUBG to win three matches and take the overall chicken dinner by a whopping 61 points.
The Chinese PUBG side overcame a 24-point deficit heading into the final day's play at PCS3 Asia, as Korea's OGN ENTUS dramatically imploded.
The PUBG Global Invitational.S will be the biggest and most ambitious PUBG tournament held to date. It will see 32 teams from around the world head to South Korea for an eight-week event, with a minimum prize pool of $3.5m on the table.
Following the successful Fall Showdown held in Europe, DreamHack have announced the Winter Showdown. This time, it will be held across two regions — Europe and the Americas. Here's what you need to know.
Two weeks, four days of gameplay, four leaders. The PCS3 action is heating up as we move into the final week of PUBG competition — find out which teams are looking strong in our summary of Week 2.
Six points is all that separates Tornado Energy at the top of the PCS3 Europe standings, with Northern Lights hot on their heels. Meanwhile, TSM and Team Liquid finally showed up with some big points finishes.
With three wins out of four and some dominant PUBG play, it's hard to see past LG Divine for the win in PCS3 APAC.
PCS3 Europe is finally under way, and it was the Northern Lights who showed us the way after Day 1.
The APAC leg of PCS3 got underway today, and it was the Thai squad of Buriram United Esports who headed the standings — but it's close at the top.
PCS1 winners Susquehanna Soniqs showed just why they are favourites for the title with a scintillating display of PUBG on Day 2 of PCS3 North America.
A disappointing day for Korean overnight leaders VRLU Ghibli saw them drop in the PCS3 Asia standings, while Chinese side Multi Circle Gaming moved ahead of the chasing pack.
Team Vertias overcame NA powerhouses Soniqs and Oath on Day 1 of PCS3 North America, building a sizeable 11-point lead.
Korea's VRLU Ghibli proved to be the PUBG frag masters on Day 1 of PCS3 Asia, building a seven-point lead after the first four matches.
The final major event of 2020, PCS3 sees the best PUBG teams in the world compete across four regions for a hefty prize pool and regional glory. Here's what you need to know about the schedule and teams before the action gets under way!