The PUBG Nations Cup is possibly heading to Europe according to sources familiar with The Game Haus. This would be the first PUBG LAN in Europe in almost three years.
The current plan is for PNC to make its grand return in Europe this June, sources tell The Game Haus. This would be a shift from an earlier plan to host the event in South Korea for a second time. In terms of the host city, it was indicated that the current frontrunner to hold the event is Berlin. If it is in Berlin, it would be the first Global LAN there since PGI 2018 and the first LAN since PEL Phase 3.
Berlin has proven to be a strong host city for Global LANs in the past year. The city has hosted two Global Valorant LANs to massive success in the past year. Berlin was the planned site of the first PGS event before COVID shut those plans down. It is possible that Krafton and PUBG Corp are using those plans as a guideline.
In Case of Emergency
Sources emphasized that location could change entirely based on the global climate. While a specific location was unknown, sources believe that PNC could land in Southeast Asia if certain circumstances occur. The last PUBG LAN hosted in Southeast Asia was the 2019 MET Asia Series: PUBG Classic in Bangkok, Thailand.
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