Faze Clan are back to back PUBG European Champions. They came out on top after a 96 match marathon. Team Liquid took the silver while TSM are third. These teams are now heading to PGC along with Natus Vincere and CrowdCrowd.
After six weeks of intense and gruelling competition and a 96 match marathon, The PlayerUnknown's Battleground European League has officially come to an end. The champions are once again Faze Clan and this win marks back-to-back domination for the team.
Fuzz, Mxey, Ubah and Aitzy who represent Faze Clan PUBG team were impressively consistent throughout the competition, finishing within the top half on almost every day. They managed to net a total of 732 points, which is almost 30 points clear of the second-placed Team Liquid.
Faze Clan will of course bank $100,000 prize for the first place and automatic qualifier for the PGC (PUBG Global Championship), which is taking place in Oakland and Los Angeles, USA, on 08 November 2019. As for the rest of the teams that will represent the European region on the PGC, the already mentioned Team Liquid have qualified along with Natus Vincere, Team Solo, G2 Esports and Crowd Crowd. Qualification was based on a point total from the combination of the second and third phases.
Here is the full table with total points after 96 matches:
- FaZe Clan - 732 points
- Team Liquid - 706 points
- Natus Vincere - 659 points
- Team Solo - 644 points
- G2 Esports - 606 points
- CrowdCrowd - 592 points
- Ninjas in Pyjamas - 525 points
- Pittsburgh Knights - 503 points
- Reciprocity - 496 points
- Rye Gaming - 481 points
- Digital Athletics - 452 points
- Ence - 448 points
- N47 - 410 points
- Se7en Esports - 405 points
- Desperado - 344 points
- Gamerlegion - 321 points
As you can see, some respectable organisations missed out on the qualification. CrowdCrowd's impressive performance in the final week helped them cement their place on the PUBG Global Championship, pushing Ninjas in Pyjamas out of the competition. This will be the first time in the history of Ninjas in Pyjamas that they will miss out on the PUBG Global Championship.
All in all, PUBG Global Championship is shaping up nicely with PUBG Europe League, National PUBG League, PUBG Champions League China, and PUBG SEA Championship all finished now. Some smaller regional leagues and Korean league are concluding very soon and will complete the 32-team championship.