The PUBG invitational champion has been named! 20 teams from all over the world have been chosen to compete against each other. There had been a series of matches and a team from France called aAa (Against All Authority) emerged victorious! The event was from November 18-19, 2017 and was held at the Intel Extreme Masters Oakland in Oakland California.
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The competition consisted of a total of eight matches. aAa finished victoriously at the top spot with 1620 points and 38 kills. A prize money of $60,000 has also been awarded to them.
Thank you for that awesome event @ESL @IEM @OracleArena kindness of everybody here was amazing. Back to France in few hours special big up to @Tempo_Storm @TeamSoloMid @Methodgg @FaZeClan @GhostGaming_GG really WP pic.twitter.com/3l7LP8l8Hl
— *aAa* PUBG (@aAa_PUBG) November 20, 2017
On second place is an American Team named Tempo Storm with 1385 points and 28 kills. Next is another American team named Ghost Gaming with 1375 points and 31 kills. In on fifth place is a group from Denmark named Digital Chaos having 1300 points and 35 kills. You can see the complete list of the rankings HERE!
Congratulation to all the winners of the PUBG Invitational!
Also in other news, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will be launching on Xbox One’s Game Preview this coming December 12, 2017. And by late December, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is expected to be out of its Early Access phase and will finally launch officially for PC.
The PUBG 1.0 Test Patch has been revealed and it includes so much new items that was datamined.