All Sixteen Teams Have Been Set For This Weekends PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 Fall Split Grand Finals

All Sixteen Teams Have Been Set For This Weekends PUBG Mobile Club Open 2019 Fall Split Grand Finals
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All 16 teams have been confirmed for a massive event this weekend in the PUBG Mobile esports community.

Thirteen spots had already been filled in the PUBG Club Open 2019 Fall Split Global Finals.

The Global Prelims determined the final three spots in the tournament. Sixteen teams faced off in 18 matches to find out who would punch their ticket to the Global Finals in Malaysia.

The top three teams from the Global Prelims, Mega Esports, Bigertron RA, and Orange Esports CG, round off the 18 teams competing this weekend.

The 16 PUBG Mobile esports teams feature some of the best PUBG players from all around the globe:
• RRQ. Athena – Indonesia
• Illuminate the Murder – Thailand
• Entity Gaming – India
• Team SouL – India
• Team Unique – Russia
• Cloud 9 – United States
• Unicorn Gaming – Taiwan
• Kurd Squad – Iraq
• Team Queso – South America
• EGC KR Black – South Korea
• All Rejection Gaming Wistaria – Japan
• TOP Esports – China
• Yoodo Gank – Malaysia
• Mega Esports – Thailand
• Bigertron RA – Indonesia
• Orange Esports RG – Cambodia

Mega Esports scored first place in the Global Prelims, well ahead of Bigertron RA who placed second, and Orange Esports who took third.

Each of the 18 teams has five core players that work as a lethal squad in PUBG Mobile, eliminating enemy players. PUBG Mobile is a wildly popular third-person battle royale game available for iOS and Android. Like most competitive games nowadays, an esports community has been built around it. The players on these teams are some of the best semi-pros and pros in the world.

The Global Finals is taking place at the Putra World Trade Center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, starting on November 29th and lasting throughout the weekend.

Teams will battle it out for their share of a massive prize pool, $500,000 USD. First place will take home $180,00, second earns $90,000, third gets $45,000, and fourth snags $23,000. The teams that place lower than fourth will receive some cash as well, ranging from $12,000 for fifth to $2,000 for the 16th place finisher.

The event will be streamed live from the PUBG Mobile Esports YouTube page if fans can’t make it to Malaysia’s capital. There are tickets still available if one wants to see it in person, and they can head to the official PUBG Club Open website to purchase them.

During breaks in the action, there will be live performances by Naim Daniel, Henry Lau, and Badshah. The event should be a great source of entertainment for hardcore and casual fans alike.