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PUBG Global Championship: Final Roster Update and Layout

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The PUBG Global Championship is about to begin, and all of the teams involved are ready to go. The huge event is going to be taking place over the next three weekends. All of the teams are going to have to work their hardest to hold on and make it to the end. With things about to kick-off, there has been one final roster change, and a new team is getting the chance that they were hoping for.

The Rumblers Head In

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The Southeast Asia qualifier, Sky Daklak Gaming, has pulled out of the PUBG Global Championship due to visa issues. They have been replaced by the North American team, The Rumblers. This adds even more power to North America’s presence in the battle. The Rumblers barely missed out on making it originally based on their performance in the National PUBG League. They have been given a second chance, and they will be looking to capitalize on it.

The Rumblers are a strong side that have been writing their own story ever since their promotion at the end of Phase One. Originally, they were under the name Team Mustache Dave. However, they have rebranded and become even more of a force to be reckoned with. They have yet to win and major competitions, but they have proven that they know how to put up kills and win Chicken Dinners. They will be looking forward to this chance, so teams will need to watch out for them.

The Groups

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The PUBG Global Championship is going to take place over three weekends. It splits up into the group stage, elimination stage, semifinals, and the grand finals. There will be two groups of 16 teams, and the top eight from each group will move on to the semifinals to battle it out. The bottom eight will have to fight for survival in the elimination stage. Group one consists of Amory Gaming, OGN Entus Ace, FaZe Clan, Red Canids Kalunga, G2 Esports, Rascal Jester, Gen.G, SK Telecom T1, Ghost Gaming, Team Envy, Global Esports Xsset, Tempo Storm, Infantry Clan, VC Gaming, Natus Vincere, and Vendetta.

Group two will consist of ahq Esports Club, OGN Entus Force, Afeeca Freecs Fatal, QM Gaming, Athletico, Sting Divine Esports, CrowCrowd, SunSister, Detonator, TSM, Four Angry Men, Team Liquid, Genesis, The Rumblers, Lazarus, and WClick.

The Layout of the Championship

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The group stage takes place over November 8 and 9, with six matches being played each day. The elimination stage will take place on November 10 and the points won in the group stage will carry over. The top eight from the elimination stage will move on to the semifinals. They will face the top eight from each group from the group stage.

The semifinals will take place over November 15 through 17, splitting the teams into three groups of eight. Each group will get a chance to take on the other groups. In the end, each team will have played 12 matches equally, and the top 16 will move on to the grand finals. The bottom eight will be eliminated.

The grand finals will take place on November 23 and 24. The 16 teams will play six matches each day, and whoever comes out on top will be the winner of the PUBG Global Championship.

It’s all about to begin. Tune in again for more coverage of the PUBG Global Championship.

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