The next big PUBG tournament has been announced prior to the launch of PUBG Corp.‘s Pro Leagues, and it’s the Global Loot League Season 3 Grand Finals.
The international competition will be hosted in Stockholm over December 6-8th, with 16 teams fighting for the lion’s share of $100,000 (£77,525.50).
Seven teams from Europe, six from America, and three from CIS will round out the 16-squad roster. These teams will be decided through Season 3 of the online GLL league. The final week for Americas starts on October 31st, whereas both CIS and Europe wrap up on November 1st.
Each of the three days of action will have five matches, with a total of eight matches on Erangel and seven on Miramar. The point system used during the tournament will that be used during the GLL Alpha Division – a prospective universal point system was created in September, with Auzom, GLL, Challengermode, and ESL all adopting it so far.
The grand finals for the second season of Global Loot League took place on August 10-12th, with relatively unknown Russian side M19 claiming first place and $40,000 (£31,009.60).
Earlier this month, PUBG Corp. announced the first two Pro Leagues that will be incorporated into its competitive ecosystem starting in 2019. StarLadder will operate the PUBG Europe League, whereas South Korean broadcast OGN will be establishing itself in North America with the National PUBG League.
Esports Insider says: Global Loot League has produced good online and offline competitions for PUBG so far, and Season 3 sounds as if it will be much of the same. There are no drastic changes from Season 2 – including the amount of teams and the prize pool – so competitors and fans know what to expect.