PUBG Corp. have revealed esports plans for 2020. In 2020, PUBG will host four global events, three PUBG Global Series and one PUBG Global Championship.
This year, PUBG fans will get to watch four PUBG global events, which include three PUBG Global Series (PGS) and one PUBG Global Championship (PGC).
Three PGS events will include 32 teams and 28 of them will have to earn their place through regional qualifiers, which will be held in six regions including Korea, China, Japan, Europe, the Americas and the Asia Pacific.
As for the rest of the slots, these are reserved for the best four teams from last year's global event which are Gen.G Esports, FaZe Clan, Four Angry Men and OGN Entus Force.
PUBG Global Series will feature three stages just like last year - the group stage, the elimination stage and of course, the grand finals. Series will run for nine days with 32 teams divided into groups of 16 teams each.
Each of the three PGS events will have a prize pool of $500.000 while PUBG Global Championship will feature a $2 million up for grabs.
Another change that will be introduced in 2020 comes to the revenue sharing program. Participating teams will receive at least $20.000 each for the PGS event.
PUBG's first global event in 2020 will take place in Messe Berlin, Germany. The group and elimination stage are scheduled to run from 31 March to 5 April 2020 while the Grand Finals will run from 10 to 12 April 2020.