Oh My God won the PUBG Global Invitational 2018 in the first person perspective.
Final rankings update before it's all over ☹️@TeamLiquid looks to be the only team in reach of @OMGe_Sports - And Round 8 is gonna be a chaotic mess you won't wanna miss https://t.co/dRWxsHw2JA #PGI2018 #PGIBerlin pic.twitter.com/cs39bEKd3p— ESL PUBG (@ESLPUBG) July 29, 2018
In a final match, Team Liquid was the only one capable of catching up to OMG, but OMG emerged at the top. The Chinese PUBG team became the winner of the first person perspective tournament at PGI 2018, the largest PUBG event held by PUBG Corp.
PGI 2018 was a tournament that took place between 20 teams in both first person and third person perspective. Gen.G Gold won the third person perspective mode Thursday, with OMG in fourth place. The competition for teams in first person perspective concluded Sunday when OMG retained its spot at the top of the tournament rankings.
The popularity and excitement over PGI 2018 prompted PUBG Corp to add the PGI event mode in PUBG. Players of any skill level can participate and play with the same rule set and restrictions professional PUBG players experienced at the tournament.
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