PUBG has added a new ESports event to its 2020 Continental Series

This event is called the PUBG Continental Series 3, and it takes place this November.

PUBG has added a new ESports event to its schedule for 2020. This event is called the PUBG Continental Series 3, and it takes place this November.

However, a short name for the series is PCS3.

The idea behind PCS3 is that players will have the opportunity to play somewhere other than regional tournaments. This is a global event. And because it is a global event, the regional play will be thrust onto a global stage.

Watch for gameplay in regional tournaments that take place in Europe, Asia-Pacific, Asia, and North America.

Furthermore, a lot of money will be available to be won. That’s because PUBG has added a new ESports event to its schedule.

Each regional tournament winner gets a piece of a US$200,000 pie. However, multiply that by four and there is US$800,000 on the table.

However, that’s not all in PUBG news. Furthermore, the upcoming PUBG Continental Series 2 (PCS2) is now part of the September Grand Finals. And that’s not all.

The PCS2 was originally supposed to run for two weeks. However, that is being expanded to three weeks.

Regions will host qualifications

Regions will host qualifications over the next couple of weeks. If you are in North America, you can catch PCS2 North America Group Stage action August 7-9. The battling is scheduled to start at 4 p.m. PST each day.

Want to know where you can watch PUBG play? That’s easy—all you have to do is log onto Twitch, which you can do right here.

There is a good reason that you have to watch online. Right now there is a pandemic going on in the world. To help stop the spread of COVID-19, PUBG Corporation moved from global in-person events to regional online events.

However, that will help stop spread the virus while ensuring fans still have PUBG games to watch.

Furthermore, there’s more! Over the course of three weeks, the PCS2 Grand Finals will showcase 24 matches per region. How many matches per day is that, you might ask? Easy!

The answer is four matches per day. Keep in mind that these matches will take place across the globe, which means you can pretty much watch them all day.

Mike Usinger once took the better part of two years to finish Grand Theft Auto. Over the course of his career he has written about everything from eSports to music to movies to travel.

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