CPL Championship for PUBG, partnered by MSI, announces opening up of balance registration slot to the public for the first PUBG regional live tournament finals.
30 May 2018, Singapore – After completing the Singapore and Malaysia online qualifiers and finalising the Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and Philippines invitational team, the CPL Championship for PlayerUnknown’s Battleground (PUBG), partnered by MSI, is opening up the balance 14 tournament team slots to the public from Asia for registration with immediate effect.
Taking place on 9-10 June 2018 at Asia GAME Festival 2018, the CPL Championship for PlayerUnknown’s Battleground (PUBG), partnered by MSI, will have a prize pool of $10,000. The winner of the Championship will also have the honour of being crowned the first CPL Regional Champion for PUBG.
The Singaporean and Malaysian online qualifiers that happened on 19 and 27 May respectively saw the “KLiQUE”(Singapore) and “Sabah Top 1”(Malaysia) winning the right to represent their country. Both teams will be present at the CPL Championship – PUBG as well.
In addition, Asia GAME Festival will be inviting the following teams: “Team Vikings Gaming”(Vietnam), “Mineski.TH 4-Supaap”(Thailand), “Aerowolf_ADS “(Indonesia) and “TNC 5Peaks” Philippines to represent their countries to compete together with the qualified teams from Singapore and Malaysia. The teams invited were done in consultation with PUBG Corporation, based on the teams past performance and popularity with the community.
With the 6 team slots being reserved for the 6 countries representatives, the balance 14 team slots will be open for registrations to the public from Asia to sign up on a first come first serve basis and fulfilling the various registration documentation requirement.
The CPL Championship-PUBG is organised by the Cyberathlete Professional League (CPL), in partnership with Micro-Star International (MSI), and supported by PUBG Corporation.
Those interested in finding out more about the CPL Championship-PUBG can go here.