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StarSeries i-League PUBG: tournament format

StarSeries i-League PUBG, the first tournament of the series in PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS will be held in Kiev, in the “Kiev CyberSport Arena” from March 1st to 4th. All tournament participants will fight against each other for points in the overall rankings.

All 16 invited teams will form one group which they will fight in for the duration of the tournament (4 days). Each match-day will consist of 5 matches, while the teams will gain points for the number of kills (6 points for one) and for the final place in each game.  

The distribution of points, according to the secured place in each match:

  •  1 place - 250 points
  •  2 place - 200 points
  •  3 place - 180 points
  •  4 place - 150 points
  •  5 place - 110 points
  •  6 place - 90 points
  •  7 place - 80 points
  •  8 place - 70 points
  •  9 place - 50 points
  •  10 place - 40 points
  •  11 place - 35 points
  •  12 place - 35 points
  •  13 place - 30 points
  •  14 place - 30 points
  •  15 place - 25 points
  •  16 place - 25 points


All matches of the tournament will be played in FPP (First Person Perspective), with battles taking place on the map Erangel, sunny weather. Besides this, the teams will start each gaming day with a showmatch in a classic mode with Third Person Perspective.

The best team, following the outcome of the 4 match-days will take the champions’ cup and the lion’s share of the prize pool - $100,000.

The distribution of prize fund at StarSeries i-League PUBG:

  •  1st place - $50,000
  •  2nd place - $20,000
  •  3rd place - $9,000
  •  4th place - $5,000
  •  5-8th place - $2,000
  •  9-16th place - $1,000


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