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KRAFTON, Inc., maker PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS, announced the final results of PUBG Global Championship 2021 (PGC 2021), the first e-sports event to be held in Korea from November 19 to December 19. 19. NewHappy has won the title PGC 2021 Champion title, winning over $1.3 million in the entire tournament. Thanks to the revenue generated from the sale of exclusive in-game items from the PGC 2021 Pick’em Challenge, the total prize pool has increased from $2 million to over $4.3 million.
PGC 2021 has ended with NewHappy as the champion. The Chinese representative won four Chicken Dinners and scored 159 points in the three days of the Finals. They won four games and had a total of 98 kills. Heroic (Europe) took second place and Virtus.Pro (Russia) took third place. TSM FTX, one of the teams from the Americas, took 4th place, while KPI Gaming (LATAM) came in 12th place. Spacestation Gaming took 16th place.
Summary of event structure, points system, rule set and prize breakdown
PGC 2021 has 32 teams from the Americas, Europe, Asia and Asia-Pacific. Based on the Ranked Decisive matches that took place from November 19 to 21, the top 16 ranked teams began the first week of weekly Survival matches on November 23 and battled for the top spot. a spot in the weekly Finals. When teams win the weekly Survival matches, they immediately advance to the Weekly Finals – with their place in the Weekly Survival Match held by the next highest ranked team from the matches. Ranking decision taken. This process continues for an additional two weeks to determine the final group of teams competing at the 2021 PGC Finals on December 16-19.
For PGC 2021, KRAFTON has also reintroduced the SUPER score ranking system (Standard and Universal PUBG Esports Ruleset). Accordingly, teams earn ranking points (based on last match results) and kills points (based on kills earned by a team) in all weekly Grand Finals and Grand Finals. .
In addition to team payouts determined by the final league ranking, the total prize pool of more than $4.3 million for PGC 2021 includes the following:
Weekly Series Winner: $30,000
Kill Leader: $10,000
All-PGC Team: $20,000 ($5,000 per player x 4 players)
Crazy Squad: $20,000
What’s next for PUBG Esports in 2022?
Now that PGC 2021 has ended, CH Kim, CEO of KRAFTON, Inc., has revealed PUBG Esports’ initial plans for 2022. Similar to 2021, KRAFTON will host two PUBG Continental events Series (PCS) as well as a repeat of the PUBG Global Championship at the end of 2022. PCS6 will be held in April and PCS7 will be held in September.
In June 2022, KRAFTON will revive the PUBG Nations Cup (PNC), an international competition that will see teams from around the world come together and compete in PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS to see which region crowned champion. Last held in 2019, PNC has proven incredibly popular with players and fans alike, and KRAFTON is excited to bring back the beloved tournament next year. KRAFTON will have more details to share about its plans for 2022 PUBG Esports in the coming months.
https://www.invenglobal.com/articles/15993/newhappy-crowned-winners-of-the-pubg-global-championship-2021 Newhappy was crowned the winner of PUBG Global Championship 2021