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PUBG • Jul 29, 2018

PGI 2018 PUBG Global Invitational $2,000,000 Tournament Final Placements

PGI 2018 PUBG Global Invitational $2,000,000 Tournament Final Placements

Chinese organization Oh My God (OMG) have been crowned champions of the First Person Perspective tournament to close out the PGI 2018 PUBG Global Invitational in Berlin.

The FPP event boasted half of the $2 million prize pool, with the other half already dished out for the Third Person Perspective event completed on July 26, won by S. Korean team Gen.G Gold.


There was a break in the action for the professional teams on Friday July 27, as top streamers played in the $1 million Charity Showdown tournament, featuring Ninja, shroud and Dr DisRespect.

But when the teams got back to action for the FPP tournament, there was still another million dollars on the line, with favorites Team Liquid looking to improve upon their second place finish in the TPP event.


But it wasn't to be for the top North American side, as they once again came up just short, finishing runners up once again, pipped by another Asian side to the top spot.

OMG, best known for the League of Legends team, came out on top after the first day of matches, and continued their hot run on championship Sunday, to secure first place.

It was still an all around successful weekend for Team Liquid, as well as European team "Welcome to South Georgo", who took third place in both events.


PGI 2018 PUBG Global Invitational Final Placements

FPP Final Placements

1stOh My God$400,000
2ndTeam Liquid$160,000
3rdWelcome to South Georgo$100,000
6thGhost Gaming$35,000
7thHoney Badger$20,000
8thPittsburgh Knights$20,000
9thGen.G Gold$10,000
10thRefund Gaming$10,000
11thGen.G Black$10,000
12thChiefs ESC$10,000
13thTeam Gates$5,000
14thFour Angry Men$5,000
15thCrest Windfall$5,000
16thCrest Xanadu$5,000
17thahq ESC$2,500
18thSavage Esports$2,500
19thOyun Hizmetleri$2,500
20thMiTH E-Sports$2,500


TPP Final Placements

1stGen.G Gold$400,000
2ndTeam Liquid$160,000
3rdWelcome to South Georgo$100,000
4thOh My God$60,000
5thPittsburgh Knights$35,000
6thGen.G Black$35,000
7thMiTH Esports$20,000
8thGhost Gaming$20,000
9thChiefs ESC$10,000
11thSavage Esports$10,000
12thahq ESC$10,000
13thFour Angry Men$5,000
14thCrest Xanadu$5,000
15thHoney Badger$5,000
17thOyun Hismetleri$2,500
18thCrest Windfall$2,500
19thRefund Faming$2,500
20thTeam Gates$2,500

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