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PUBG - PGS Berlin: Europe Qualifier finals to kick off on Friday

Published: 15:59, 03 March 2020
Updated: 16:01, 03 March 2020
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PUBG - PGS Berlin Europe Qualifiers

PGS Berlin: Europe Qualifier finals will be played this week at Messe Berlin, Germany. The qualifier finals will start on 6 March and end on 8 March 2020. The PGS Berlin: Europe Qualifier finals will split its competing teams into three groups.

PUBG Corporation will host the PGS Berlin: Europe Qualifier finals this week at Messe Berlin, Germany. There, 24 of the region’s best PUBG teams will go head to head to secure their place at PGS Berlin - the first PUBG Global Series event of the year.

The qualifier finals will start on 6 March and end on 8 March 2020. The three-day event will kick off at 4:00 p.m. GMT each day. If you're unable to attend in person, the proceedings will be live-streamed on Twitch .

The PGS Berlin: Europe Qualifier finals will split its competing teams into three groups: A, B and C. Each group will play six games against one another, bringing the total up to 12 matches the teams will need to dominate to secure a spot at PGS Berlin.

Match results will contribute to an overall leaderboard, with the top six sides progressing to the main event where they will face the best teams in the world for a share of the $500,000 prize pot.

The top six teams that advance from the PGS Berlin: Europe Qualifier finals to play at PGS Berlin will receive a minimum of $20,000 each. Teams that finish in 7-24th place at the PGS Berlin: Europe Qualifier finals will receive a share of a $60,000 Drop-In Bonus, with the amount depending on the final position of each roster. 

Those finishing between 7th-16th will receive $4,000 each, with 17th-24th collecting $2,500 each.

The PGS Berlin: Europe Qualifier finals will feature esports talent including Kaelaris, Simms, Pansy, Frosz, Avnqr and James Banks. Team SoloMid recruited German star Braexco as well as British player Fexx. They’ve retained mykLe (UK) and added former Team Liquid member Jembty (Finland).

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