After an incredible first day in the first-person perspective tournament at PGI 2018, Oh My God did enough to secure a first place finish and the lion's share of the $1,000,000 prize pool!
Oh My God placed first three times in the first four rounds of the tournament, and finished second in the only round that they didn't win. Add in a ridiculous number of points from out-slaying every other team, then Oh My God had a prominent lead coming into the second day.
In the remaining four rounds, the Chinese squad couldn't replicate the magic that was witnessed on the previous day - but it was enough to ensure that they stayed afloat at the top of the standings. In the end, they finished with 205 more points than the second place side, Team Liquid.
European teams had a great showing in both the TPP and FPP tournaments with Team Liquid and Welcome to South Georgo (WTSG) finishing second and third in both, respectively. Gen.G Gold - the winners of the TPP event - only made it to ninth place in FPP, stopping them from being crowned the undisputed kings of PUBG across both perspectives.
The PUBG Global Invitational, which was hosted in Berlin, has now concluded after five days of action. It's unlikely that this will be the last global PUBG event, considering that PUBG Corp. has a five-year esports plan in place that'll see regional Pro Leagues formed leading into big events such as this one.