by Everett Coleman

Hello PUBG Esports fans,

Today, we are excited to share additional details about the upcoming PCS2 event and reveal our new plan to hold a third tournament, PCS3, that will keep the excitement of PUBG Esports rolling through the rest of the year. 

PCS2 – Increased tension and fun with more matches 

Scheduled to be held in August, we’ve made the decision to extend the tournament period for PCS2 and increase the total number of matches. PUBG Esports fans will get 24 matches per region played over three weeks in order to maximize the thrill of competition. 

  • PCS2 Tournament Period
    • Asia: August 27–28, September  3-4, September 8-9
    • North America: August 27–28, September 3-4, September 10-11
    • Asia-Pacific: August 29-30, September 5-6, September 12-13
    • Europe: August 29-30, September 5-6, September 12-13
  • Total Matches
    • 24 matches in total per region (4 matches per day)

With the extended period and more matches, we can’t wait to see what kind of new strategies and adjustments the world’s top PUBG teams will bring to PCS2!

The Pick’em Challenge event, which gives fans a chance to benefit directly from the livestream action, is expanding as well to run over the course of the three week event.

  • Sale period of the PCS2 items and the Pick’em Challenge event period
    • PC: After the server maintenance on August 19 ~ Until 6 p.m. on September 8
    • Console: After the server maintenance on August 27 ~ Until 6 p.m. on September 8

We will offer more diverse Pick‘Em items for PCS2. In case you want to know more, here’s a sneak peek at some of the sales and reward items that will be available for PCS2!

You can see these must-have items in the game beginning August 19 (August 27 for console) when the Pick’em Challenge event starts. 

PCS3 will keep the excitement of PUBG Esports going!

We want to continue to give back to PUBG Esports fans, provide the opportunity for players and teams to play on a global stage, and ensure the sustainability of the PUBG Esports system. So, PUBG is making plans to hold a PUBG Continental Series 3 (PCS3) event in November. Stay tuned for more information about PCS3, as we put the finishing touches on the event plan.

Despite these difficult times, we will continue to hold fun and exciting esports tournaments in support of our fans, players and partners. In addition to the two upcoming PCS events, we are also putting lots of thought and effort into global tournaments, which are considered the finale and the essence of PUBG esports for everyone to enjoy every year. We hope that you will continue to support us in our future events.

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