The GLL Grand Slam PUBG Classic event is taking place this weekend in Stockholm where 16 of the world’s finest PUBG teams will battle it out for a piece of the $300,000 prize pool. Millions of PlayerUnknown’s BattleGround fans across the world are going to tune in and cheer on their favourite teams as they fight it out for the GLL Grand Slam PUBG Classic title.
Teams from Europe, North America, Latin America and Oceania will take part in the second global event of the 2019 circuit that will feature 20 of the biggest streamers in the world for the title of champion at the GLL Grand Slam PUBG Classic. The event will be an all out 32 vs 32 madness catastrophe and will feature fan favourite red zones, forcing players to adapt and prove their class. Teams from each region will be battling it out for a place in the GLL Grand Slam PUBG Finals into which the MEA region (Turkey) has already qualified as a result of their dominating victory at the GLL Nations Royale.
The competition format is an elimination group stage, and the region who has the best results at the end of the 3 day competition will earn themselves a spot in the GLL Grand Slam PUBG Finals, top team recieving a $130,000 top-prize.
The teams taking part are as follows:
FaZe Clan are obvious favourites having just won the PUBG Europe League 2019 – Phase 2 with Natus Vincere in second place. FaZe won $100,000 for their troubles and Team Liquid and G2 Esports finished 3rd and 4th respectively. Can FaZe clan repeat their success of the Europe League in the GLL Grand Slam PUBG Classic? Esports fans will have to wait for the weekend to find out.
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