After the highly successful Season 5, G-Loot, in collaboration with Krafton, is bringing back another event: PUBG Season 6. With more than 500 teams from Europe and MEA of various skill levels joining in to compete for the title and a shot at both glory, money, and the coveted PGC points.
It all starts with the Open Qualifiers, where 512 teams from Europe and 128 teams from MEA can compete for their slot in Super Weekend. As you might have noticed, different from last season we now have one Europe region and one for MEA. Players who previously participated in EU East qualifiers can now sign up and compete via the Europe qualifier. Teams of any level are encouraged to join in and surprise everyone with their skill and passion.
Super Weekend will feature 24 top teams who will fight for 16 coveted Grand Finals spots. New to this season is a brand new format and one more day to make room for this, with four intense days of action.
The Super Weekend will consist of the following teams:
8 Upper qualifying group
Top 1-5 from Europe Qualifier
Top 2 from MEA Qualifier
Winner of Monthly Showdown: June
8 Lower qualifying group
Placement 6-10 from Europe Qualifier
Placement 3-4 from MEA Qualifier
Runner-up of Monthly Showdown: June
8 Invited teams
On Day 1-2 of Super Weekend, the 8 invited teams will face off against the 8 teams from the Upper qualifier group over a total of 12 matches. The top 8 from these two days will directly advance to the Grand Finals.
The bottom 8 from Day 1-2, together with the Lower Qualifying group, will play on Day 3-4 across another 12 matches. This will be the last chance to qualify for the Grand Finals, with the Top 8 from this series taking the last spots at the Grand Finals.
To find out which teams will qualify via the G-Loot Showdown, please tune in to the G-Loot Twitch channel on June 26th!
This season we will invite 8 teams to the Super Weekend that will have a chance to advance to the Grand Finals:
The top 16 teams from Super Weekend will compete in the Grand Final for their share of the $50,000 prize pool, together with the chance of earning PGC points. Stay tuned for more details, including our full talent lineup coming soon!
So grab your friends, create a G-Loot account, and register your team today!
And if you don’t have any teammates yet, you can head over to the G-loot Discord server to find fellow G-Looters and form the ultimate superteam to dominate the battlegrounds!
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