PUBG Global Championship is Won By South Korea’s Gen.G

Over the weekend, PUBG fans around the world watched as 16 teams of pro players fought it out over two-days of rounds at the Oakland Arena. However, none fought harder than the South Korean PUBG team, Gen.G, who took home first place both days of the event after establishing an early lead on the first day.

The PUBG Global Championship is a culmination of PUBG esports’ first official season, which saw more than $6 million dollars being awarded to pro teams between the guaranteed prize pool and PCG 19 items crowdfunding.

Although Gen.G never secured a Chicken Dinner on Day 2 of the event, they did utilize their skills to gain enough kill points to make their stance on the top of the leaderboard more prominent.

“This has been an amazing year for PUBG Esports, and seeing all of the top talent across the globe compete for a fan-supported prize pool and ultimate bragging rights really encapsulates everything we set out to accomplish,” said Jake Sin, Director of Central Esports for PUBG Corporation. “The PUBG Global Championship provided excitement for our players, fans and community, and we’d like to congratulate Gen.G and the rest of our competitors for making this an incredible event!”

Those who wish to watch the highlights from the event can do so at the official channel. Below you can watch the highlights from day 2.

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