QUESTION MARK CROWNED PCS7 EUROPE CHAMPIONS
- Date2022. 10. 10
The roster claims the largest share of the $250,000 prize pool and qualifies for PGC 2022
AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS – OCTOBER 10, 2022 – KRAFTON, Inc. has announced Question Mark are the PUBG Continental Series 7 champions. On Sunday 9 October, the roster – comprised of Roman ‘ADOUZ1E’ Zinovev, Daniil ‘DaNte’ Miusskii, Mansur ‘f1lfirst’ Tsimpaev , and Akezhan ‘HoBBitEz’ Baltashev – defeated 15 other squads after six days of non-stop action to claim the top prize of $60,000 from the $250,000 prize pool, in addition to automatic qualification for the PUBG Global Championship (PGC) 2022. The prize pool is further enhanced by crowd funding, with net sales of PCS7 in-game items being split with finalists from all four PUBG Esports regions.
The Grand Finals
There were no questions about the consistency of Question Mark’s performance this weekend. PCS7 was the last opportunity for the participating teams to collect more PGC Points and qualify for a chance to fight for the biggest prize of the year at PGC 2022. Entering PCS7 with only 50 PGC Points, Question Mark’s victory sealed an improbable but well-deserved place at the Global Championship this November. While their victory was all but assured going into the final day, other teams still had much to fight for. Northern Lights, the team considered the favourite to win the tournament finished 2nd, climbing up from the 6th place at the half-point mark of the Grand Finals. Polish Power, having a phenomenal first half of the finals, came in 3rd.
The Road to PGC
There were eight spots available for the EMEA teams at the PUBG Global Championship 2022 and the following teams will be competing against some of the best PUBG:BATTLEGROUNDS players from across the globe:
- Question Mark – PCS7 Champions
- Northern Lights
- FaZe Clan
- Polish Power
- BBL Esports
They will face off against 24 more teams from 3 other regions for a share of a $2,000,000 prize pool. The PUBG Global Championship 2022 will be an offline (LAN) tournament, with 32 teams and over 128 players invited to Dubai from 1 – 20 November.
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