FACEIT will bring competitive Player Unknown Battlegrounds to London this April for the FACEIT Global Summit.
Twenty-four teams will battle in London on April 16-21, with the final three days taking place at the ExCeL Centre.
All twenty-four teams will play on the first three days during the group stages with the top eight finishers proceeding directly to the grand final. The remaining sixteen teams will face-off in an elimination stage on April 19 with the top eight teams on that day also qualifying for the grand final.
The sixteen successful teams will do battle across April 20-21 in the grand final. It is unknown what the prize pool will be at the time of writing.
The FACEIT Global Summit marks the end of the 2018-19 PUBG season and the event will contain teams from all the major regions. FACEIT have not yet confirmed the exact qualification system.
Jake Sin, PUBG Corporation Global Esports Manager said: “In this next chapter of PUBG esports, we’re thrilled to be working with FACEIT on our first PUBG Classic and bringing the top battle royale esports teams in the world to the United Kingdom.”