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PUBG Global Championship: The Semifinals

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The PUBG Global Championship is coming close to its finale. The semifinals have come to a close and the final 16 teams have been revealed. The past few weeks of PUBG competition have been some of the best of the year, and the teams are showing what it takes to compete on the global level. Now that only 16 remain, who made it through to the grand finals of the PUBG Global Championship?

A vs B

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Teams were all over the place over the semifinal weekend. Many teams would seem like they were down and out, but then they would bounce right back. When Group A took on Group B there were many solid performances that earned the teams valuable points. TSM had a huge day, coming out on the top of the table without getting a Chicken Dinner. They added a big 54 points to their total with only one second-place finish. The Rumblers pulled off a big surprise, coming in second overall with 45 points. They had many solid finishes, earning them a well-deserved finish. Natus Vincere, Tempo Storm and Genesis also had big performances that gave them strong chances of qualifying.

B vs C

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When B took on C, Four Angry Men were the dominant force overall. They came away with a massive 77 points, leaving the second-place team in the dust. They had two strong Chicken Dinners and two more solid third place finishes. VC came up in second, with two Chicken Dinners to themselves as well. WClick and OGN Entus Ace were two other teams that really shined with some very strong team work. With another day of battling done, the final roster is getting closer to being finalized.

A vs C

The final battle included groups A and C. QM was the team this time that overcame all of the competition. They almost matched Four Angry Men from the last round, with a huge 71 points. Lazarus and FaZe followed them up in second and third place, both of them putting on some great performances. This time around, Four Angry couldn’t find their footing again, and they ended up in fourteenth overall. This final matchup sealed the fate of many teams, and now the roster for the PUBG Global Championship grand finals is set in stone.

The Finalists

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Going into this semifinal, every team had a chance to move on, but only 16 made it through to the finals. Those 16 teams are Four Angry Men, FaZe Clan, Gen.G, Genesis, GEX, Lazarus, Natus Vincere, OGN Entus Ace, OGN Entus Force, QM, The Rumblers, T1, Tempo Storm, TSM, VC Gaming and WClick. There are some surprises in the mix, but all of these teams have fought their hearts out to be in the grand finals. The grand finals will be taking place this coming weekend, November 23 and 24, in Oakland Arena. Six matches will be played each day, and in the end, one team will emerge as the best in the world.

There is so much on the line in these finals, from the $3,000,000 prize pool, to proving their team’s right to be the best. This will be the biggest PUBG Esports event of all time.

Tune in again for more coverage of the PUBG Global Championship.

Featured image courtesy of @PUBGEsports on Twitter

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