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PUBG Global Championship: Grand Final Predictions

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The finals of the PUBG Global Championship are finally coming up. This event has been one of the most captivating PUBG events of the year, and the teams have worked hard to make it this far. With only 16 teams remaining, tensions are extremely high. The finalists will be putting it all on the line aiming to become the best PUBG team in the world. The grand finals are this weekend; who will be coming out on top?

The Qualified Teams

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After all of the battling that has happened so far, 16 teams remain in this contest. Those 16 teams are TSM, Genesis, Lazarus, Team QM, Tempo Storm, OGN Entus Force, OGN Entus Ace, Four Angry Men, Natus Vincere, GEX, VC Gaming, The Rumblers, WClick, T1, GenG and FaZe Clan. These teams are the current representation of the best PUBG teams in the world. All of these teams solid performers, with a ton of experience. Every team, under the right circumstances, could have a possibility of winning. Among all of this talent, there are some that stand above the rest. Here are the four teams most likely to come out on top of the PUBG Global Championship.

Four Angry Men

First up, is Four Angry Men. This team has been a dominant force throughout the competition so far. In every stage, they have come out above the rest and shown why they deserve to be here playing against the rest of the best. They came out of the semifinals third overall, and they are showing no signs of slowing down. If they can continue their form, and fix the small shortcomings that landed them in third, they could blow the rest of the teams away. Everyone should keep their eyes on Four Angry Men.


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Lazarus have been on a roll since finishing in second in Phase 3 of the National PUBG League. They finished on top of the semifinals with a commanding 106 points. Lazarus has been working their hardest to get where they are now, and all of that work is paying off. Their ability to work as a team and put up kills have earned them the high marks that they have been receiving. If they can pull off a repeat of their performances in the semifinals, they could easily come out on top. Lazarus are going to be a force to be reckoned with.

FaZe Clan

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Even though they qualified at the last second, FaZe Clan have the fight it takes to win events like this one. They have always been a solid team in their own league, and it hasn’t been any different in the PUBG Global Championship. FaZe had their struggles in the semifinals, but their drive got them in the finals. They know how to win Chicken Dinners under pressure, and that can be a huge deciding factor in an event like this one. If they keep it pulled together this time around, they might make their last second qualification worth it all.

The Rumblers

Finally, The Rumblers might end up being the biggest underdogs in this tournament. Originally, they were not part of this global event. They barely missed out on qualifying from their home league. After getting back in to take the place of a dropped team, they have shown that they deserved to be here in the first place. It almost isn’t fair to call them an underdog after they have performed so well. They have all the makings of a champion, so it wouldn’t be a surprise if they capitalize on this chance and win it all.

Tune in again to see who came out on top of the PUBG Global Championship.

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