|1||PML 2023 P1||$ 16571||8 teams||No info|
|2||PWS 2023 KR P1||$ 80191||12 teams||No info|
|3||PJC 2023 P1||$ 39128||6 teams||No info|
|4||BSC S8||$ 16038||No info||No info|
|5||PLS 2023 S1||$ 2395||32 teams||103 players|
|6||PJCS 2023 P1||No info||No info||No info|
|7||PTS 2023 P1||No info||16 teams||No info|
|8||YPD||$ 8000||16 teams||67 players|
|9||PJC 2022 Final||$ 20874||16 teams||67 players|
|10||PLT APAC||$ 5000||16 teams||76 players|
|11||PJCS 2022 Final||No info||16 teams||70 players|
|12||Frag League S9||$ 24764||35 teams||145 players|
|13||Czech Championship 2022||$ 6391||17 teams||66 players|
|14||Predator League 2022||$ 141601||63 teams||254 players|
|15||PGC 2022||$ 2000000||32 teams||135 players|
|16||SAZKA S1 Winter||$ 11919||18 teams||78 players|
|17||GWC 2022||$ 2614||18 teams||106 players|
|18||PLS 2022 S3||$ 4493||56 teams||207 players|
|19||PCS Series 7 EU||$ 230000||35 teams||130 players|
|20||PCS Series 7 Asia||$ 230000||16 teams||67 players|
PUBG Tournament Guide – How to Join the League
PUBG is a Battle Royale game that allows players to enter matches whenever they want to blow off some steam. However, now and again, you can enter PUBG tournaments where you can get access to a decent prize pool. Some teams can win money, others gear – but all of them will increase your experience. If you want to enter eSports tournaments PUBG, this article should serve as your guide.
How to Join a Tournament
Joining tournaments PUBG is very easy to do. All you have to do is go to the page where the eSports tournaments are announced and select the tournament that you want. Once you are on the page with the tournament overview, click on “Join Tournament,” and then get started. You can join either with a party or with a team.
Types of Tournaments
If you have a team and want to earn some prize money, then you should know that there are multiple PUBG online tournaments for you to go for. Some are more private and invitational, and others are meant for the general public. You just need to determine which one you should go for.
1. Streamer Tournaments
Sometimes, streamers may organize a small tournament where the team with the best results will get a small prize. As these tournaments are not that high-class, they are mainly casual and not that competitive. With that said, they are still good for your confidence and can help you gain some experience.
2. Daily Regional Tournaments
If you want to win a little bit of prize money every day, then you may want to join the daily regional tournaments with your team. The tournaments themselves are relatively small, but they are good for practice, which is why pro teams often join as well.
3. Regional Championships
If you want to take the game a step higher, you may want to join the regional championship. Often, to enter the finals, you will first need to pass a qualifying match and then play some other matches as well. The competition is strong, but the prize pool is also decent.
4. International Tournaments
Pro players may also be interested in international tournaments such as the PGI. In these tournaments, the PUBG Corporation itself is the organizer, which means that the rank also goes much higher. The prize pool is very generous, and the prestige is also high. If you manage to pass through the first qualifiers as a no-name, you will already be able to create a name for yourself.
The Bottom Line
PUBG tournaments create a great opportunity for the players, regardless of their skill level. Whether you are a beginner looking to work on your skills or a pro player wanting to get a share of the prize pool, PUBG tournaments can prove very effective as well as entertaining.