Americas – Grand Final Preview


by PUBG Esports

It’s the event we’ve all been anticipating. The PUBG Global Championship 2022 (PGC) Grand Final is nearly upon us. After two weeks of action, only sixteen teams remain in the battle to be the best PUBG squad in 2022. 

PGC began on Nov. 1 with 32 teams from across the globe. Sixteen teams have been eliminated throughout three stages of play – the Group Stage, Bracket Stage and Grand Survival

The Grand Final will kick off the final four days of competition on Nov. 17. Let’s break everything down ahead of the biggest PUBG series of 2022. 

Where to watch the PGC Grand Final?

The Grand Final will be streamed on the official PUBG Esports Twitch channel and the official PUBG Esports YouTube channel. Full streams from each day of play will also be viewable on both platforms shortly after each day has concluded. There are also rebroadcasts happening every afternoon of competition days on all three of the Americas Twitch channels.

The Grand Final will include 20 matches played across four days, Nov. 17 to Nov. 20. Sixteen teams will be fighting for a chunk of a $2,000,000 prize pool. 30% of sales of in-game PGC items will also be added to the prize pool. The champions of the PGC will earn at least $600,000, while every other team will earn a progressively smaller chunk of the current prize pool amount. 

The PGC broadcast will include a number of familiar faces from around the PUBG community, including Sam “Tech Girl” Write as stage host and Americas’ own Steven “Toffees” Pierce, Cameron Davis, Mike “Porosaurus” Navarro, and Matt “Matrym” Oates as commentators, amongst many others. 

Teams to watch during the PGC Grand Final

Wildcard Gaming, YAHO and eUnited will represent the Americas on PUBG’s biggest stage in 2022. YAHO and eUnited qualified for the Grand Final early by landing in the top eight during the Winner’s Bracket. Both teams had a break between Nov. 9 and Nov. 17. They’ll be dropping into Erangel and Miramar with fresh eyes. 

Wildcard Gaming had to take a rougher path in order to make it to the Grand Final. After falling into the bottom eight of the Winner’s Bracket, Adam Didiano and crew earned a second place finish in Loser’s Bracket 2. That performance earned them a place in the Grand Final. 

You won’t want to miss these three teams fight for PUBG glory. Check back here after the tournament to get insight on how teams from the America’s performed during the pinnacle of this year’s PUBG Esports season. 

Here are breakdowns for previous stages of the tournament:

Looking for info on the Americas teams in Dubai? Check out Road to PGC articles on each squad:


Tune in to PGC 2022!

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