The time has come for all PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds fans out there to take a seat, buckle up and get ready for what is probably going to be the biggest Battle Royale event of the year. On March 21st, the best teams in the world converge on Messe Berlin in Berlin, Germany to compete in PUBG Europe League (PEL) for a sizeable €1,000,000 prize purse.
Our team has been practicing rigorously for the league, making sure they are more than prepared to fight for top placement.
What is PEL?
PUBG Europe League or PEL is a Tier 1 professional competitive PUBG league in Europe, organized by PUBG Corp. and StarLadder. PEL is divided into three divisions, mainly: PEL, PEL Contenders, and PEL Open. PEL is represented by 16 of Europe’s greatest PUBG teams while PEL Contenders is represented by 32 teams. Amateurs also have a chance to join PEL through the PEL Open.
March 21 is the official start date of PUBG Europe League. The event will be divided into three phases in 2019. Phase 1 Kick-Off will last for 3 gaming weeks with each week consisting of four gaming days and 5 matches for each day.
Unlike Phase 1 Kick-Off, all other remaining phases will have 8 gaming weeks instead of just three. Teams in Phase 2 and Phase 3 will be competing for PEL points to help them secure a slot to international tournaments, held at the end of each Phase. The best teams, based on the results of all 3 phases, will then be competing at the Global Championship.