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Seven of Europe and North America’s best professional PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds teams have secured a spot at the PUBG Invitational at IEM Katowice.
G:loot is teaming up with the Professional Gamers League (PGL) to host the finals of their inaugural PUBG Global Loot League in their Bucharest esports studio.
Third-party esports organizer G:loot have announced a $50,000 PUBG esports tournament to be run under the existing Global Loot League banner.