PUBG Esports is continuously receiving high praise and interest since the official game release through many professional teams being created as well as voluntary competitions being held and so on, drawing attention from esports officials around the world.
With regards to the above, PUBG Esports successfully proved the potential on esports through its first global esports event, PUBG GLOBAL INVITATIONAL (PGI.S) 2018 held in Berlin. Through various tournaments, PUBG Esports established an esports ecosystem for battle royale genre that brings both joy and fairness.
Since 2019, PUBG Esports has hosted 50 official tournaments and supported over 120 regional and third party events with its own global esports system, Road to PGC. Currently with a cumulative prize pool of about 34 million dollars, solidifying its position as the frontrunner for battle royale genre esports.
In 2023, Krafton creates Global Partner Team Program.
PUBG Esports will ensure the continuous participation of selected partner teams in global tournaments. We will also support the strengthening of professional teams by releasing in-game items featuring their respective IPs, and establish a sustainable ecosystem for the professional esports scene.
PUBG Esports will continue to drive into investing and executing tournaments, meanwhile to develop newly added value based on esports to present the essence of battle royale esports to PUBG fans and players around the world.
Global Ruleset of PUBG Esports
Standard and Universal PUBG Esports Ruleset
PUBG Esports Setting
Standard PUBG Esports setting