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PUBG Mobile Global Championship Finals – How to Watch: teams, schedule, streams, predictions


7 Jan 2021

Gabriel Sciberras

While we did offer a How to Watch type article earlier, new details have unfolded. Accordingly, since then we know have insight to how the PUBG Mobile Global Championship Finals will take place. With this news and bearing in mind the phenomenal success the event has already found, it’s only fitting. Here is how to watch!

Event Background

Since kicking off on the 24th November, the PUBG Mobile Global Championship had many promises to fulfill. Indeed, it did. Acting as the biggest mobile esports event of the year and one of the largest general esports events too, the sky is the ceiling heading into 2021. If that’s not enough, the $2,000,000 on the line has also helped generate the peak of 568,623 achieved already.

Credits: PUBG MOBILE Esports

Without further delay, here are the 16 teams that have made it to the PUBG Mobile Global Championship Finals:

  1. Four Angry Men
  2. Bigetron RA
  3. RRQ Athena
  4. KoninaPower
  5. Klas Digital Athletics
  6. Secret Jin
  7. Futbolist
  8. Nova Esports
  9. POWER888 KPS
  10. Abrupt Slayers
  11. A7 eSports
  13. Natus Vincere
  14. Aerowolf LIMAX
  15. Team Secret
  16. A1 eSports (made it in following Loops Esports disqualification)

We started with 24 to now only have 16 left in contention.


Up until now, we’ll remind our readers that a League Stage made up of two components have already taken place. Now, from an online format, we’re headed to offline venues in Dubai, UAE or Maldives to minimize any ping disadvantage.

Loops Esports Disqualified Banner
Credits: Tencent

We’ll be listing updates to the format once they are available.

Point System – Unchanged from the Earlier Stage

  • Kill points – 1 per kill
  • 1st – 15
  • 2nd – 12
  • 3rd – 10
  • 4th – 8
  • 5th – 6
  • 6th – 4
  • 7th – 2
  • 8-12th – 1
  • 13-16th 0

Schedule for the PUBG Mobile Global Championship Finals

Credits: PUBG Mobile

Once the schedule is available, it will be added here. What’s for sure is that from the 21st to the 24th of January, it’s all going down!

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Who will be our inaugural PUBG Mobile Global Championship champion? That is quite a difficult question to answer, but I’ll try my best to go off what we have. Before diving into the League Standings prior to this stage, not that the presents of ping disadvantage makes the results perhaps slightly less legitimate.

Credits: 4AM Twitter

Then again, I highly doubt ping can throw any shade over Four Angry Men – the clear favourites. Despite a slower week 1 and 3, the squad came into their own especially in Week 4. It was here that they managed to claim a 60+ point advantage after the Super Weekend was over! Multiple victories and many 10+ kill games is what put the team head and shoulders above the competition thanks to an incredible 211 point week!

Moving down the leaderboard, this is where things get much tighter. Indeed, I think it’s best to list the remaining competition according to Tiers, respecting points achieved.

Tier 2

  • Bigetron RA
  • RRQ Athena
  • KoninaPower
  • Klas Digital Athletics
Credits: PUBG Corporation

All four of these teams where constantly on the cusp of greatness. Specifically, Bigetron where on the path to claiming first place, but failed to as 4AM blew them out of the water in Week 4. Earning 85 points next to he leader’s 211 in the final round pushed them to second place. I’ve got a gut feeling that Bigetron won’t let that happen again at the Finals.

Meanwhile, the remaining three remained consistent threats and managed to gain 100+ each week to put them in this Tier of candidates for victory.

Tier 3

  • Secret Jin
  • Futbolist
  • Nova Esports
  • POWER888 KPS
  • Abrupt Slayers

You’re probably thinking to yourselves that Tier 3 don’t really have a shot at winning. However, it’s this tier of teams that are most likely to improve heading into the Finals. A trend here is a record of three strong weeks with one messed up one, throwing them down the leaderboard. Bearing in mind the nature of battle royale, this could be accredited to bad luck. Any of these teams, especially Secret Jin, could make a run for it should they smoothen out their performance.

PUBG Mobile Global Championship Finals - Abrupt Slayers
Credits: PUBG Corporation

Tier 4

  • Abrupt Slayers
  • A7 eSports
  • Natus Vincere
  • Aerowolf LIMAX
  • Team Secret
  • A1 eSports

On the other end, Tier 4 is a lot less likely to claim the win. Regardless, they are all respectable competitors that have earned their way to make it this far. Who knows what could happen on game day?

For more esports news, be sure to tune in to the following site: https://www.esportsguide.com/news

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