Stream.me has announced a PUBG Pro Competition, sponsored by Auzom, which will host entrants from a total of 32 professional eSports organizations, as they compete for a $25,000 cash prize. The competition will be hosted and broadcast exclusively by stream.me, with up to 4K resolution at 60 FPS.
From North America, players from eUnited, Noble eSports, FlyQuest, and Spacestation Gaming will be participating and competitors from the European Division include Team Liquid, Alliance, Rogue, and Team Vitality. The games will run from March 9. until April 6. with additional team announcements planned for the week prior. Fans can stream the action here, and can make use of the platform’s multi-channel and multi-chat options.
Day 1 Matches March 9, 2018 EU 20:00 CET + NA 8:00pm EST
Day 2 Matches March 16, 2018 EU 20:00 CET + NA 8:00pm EST
Day 3 Matches March 30, 2018 EU 20:00 CET + NA 8:00pm EST
Day 4 Finals April 6, 2018 EU 20:00 CET + NA 8:00pm EST
PUBG, the Battle Royale shooter which took the world by storm last year, has been facing issues with cheating players as of late. The team behind the game has addressed the issues and are working on coming up with a solution. Despite these issues though, the game continues to dominate sales, release new content and host regular eSports events. New cosmetic content was just added to the game via loot crates which allows players to dress their characters in retro-inspired fashion items.