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Introducing the PUBG EMEA Championship 2024 Roadmap

Update: Open Qualifiers signups will now open on February 14.

The 2024 season for PUBG Esports in EMEA is just around the corner - here’s what you need to know!

PEC: Spring

The PUBG EMEA Championship will return this Spring! 

As the flagship tournament for EMEA, the competition will be fierce as always, with teams battling for bragging rights as best in the region and taking their first steps on the road to the PUBG Global Championship.

 In addition to competing for $50,000 USD at each PEC event, teams will battle for slots at PUBG Global Series tournaments, where they’ll have the chance to face off against the best squads in the world for a share of $300,000 USD in each event!  

This year’s PEC: Spring will feature a similar format to last year:

Open Qualifiers: March 2 - 12

Playoffs: March 15 - 24

Grand Finals: April 5 - 7

Think you have what it takes to compete against EMEA’s best teams? PEC: Spring Open Qualifiers Signups will begin on February 14 - full details will be shared right here on and soon! As in previous PEC events, the Open Qualifiers will be split into the Europe and MEA subregions.

PGS Qualification

With four PUBG Global Series (PGS) events taking place this year, success at PEC: Spring will be vital for any team who wants to make it to the world stage.

In PEC: Spring, the top two teams on the leaderboard will qualify to PGS 3 and 4. Then later in the year, the top two teams in PEC: Fall will qualify to PGS 5 and 6.

Outside of PGS, you can also catch EMEA players at the PUBG Nations Cup 2024, as well as  a to-be-announced global event in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia this August.

PGC Points

Strong performances in PEC: Spring and PEC: Fall  will be the main way that teams will earn PGC Points in 2024. The teams with the most PGC Points will be awarded regional qualifier slots to the year’s biggest PUBG Esports event – the PUBG Global Championship 2024 at the end of the year.

To simplify the PGC Point qualification process this year, the teams with the most PGC Points will earn a qualifier slot regardless of their subregion. 

Running parallel with the PGC Points race, a select number of teams will also qualify to PGC via PGS Points earned in global events. Stay tuned for more details including the PGC and PGS Point breakdowns per event and regional PGC seeds.

Until then, keep an eye on our social media channels, and as we’ll be releasing PEC Spring Open Qualifier signup links and plenty more PUBG Esports updates and content soon.

See you on the Battlegrounds!