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The PUBG Global Championship 2019 (PGC) is well underway and with the conclusion of the group stage last weekend, there are only 24 teams remaining in this weekends Semifinals to compete for the 16 Grand Final places.

In the Group Stages, there was only ever going to be one winner: VC Gaming played highly aggressive and set the tone for how the rest of the tournament will ‘pan’ out. There were six matches throughout the day and by Match 4, the team had already guaranteed a spot in the Semi’s. And then took the Chicken Dinner in that match too for good measure.

Other standout teams from the Group Stages were The Rumblers, where their players went lonewolf through the matches, and QM Gaming, who went for a more stealth-like approach and earned themselves a continual stream of kills. Match winners also included Armory Gaming, Team Liquid anf Red Canids.

For highlights of the weekends action and a rundown of the Semifinal groupings, head to

Moving on to this weekend’s action and it kicks off daily at 5pm PT each day between 15th-17th November. Viewers can catch all the action live by tuning in to

Better still, if you live anywhere near Oakland, CA – or are a fan of travelling – then there are still tickets available for next weekend’s Grand Finals! And by purchasing one of these tickets, you are guaranteed a full set of the PGC in-game items currently available to purchase for PUBG itself. This will include all the usual items: new clothing, skins and parachutes. Tickets can be purchased here.

The PGC currently sits with a prize pool of over $3,000,000, over $1,000,000 of which has come from sales of PGC items. And that is set to rise over the next two weekends as fans tune in for the conclusion of the 2019 PUBG Global Championships!

Will you be watching? Having tuned in for last years I can assure you PUBG eSports is fantastic to watch and well worth it if you haven’t watched it before. And as always, let us know in the comments if you will be watching.

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