The PUBG Nations Cup is an international competition featuring the best players from each region playing against one another in an all-star event. Teams from 16 nations will battle it out at the Jangchung Arena in Seoul, South Korea in the first iteration of this yearly tournament. The prize pool totals $500,000. Here's everything you need to know about the event.

PUBG Nations Cup: Who's Competing?

The PUBG Nations Cup will feature 16 teams. Here are the competing teams and their members.

  • Team Argentina: SzylzEN, P0me, RiboxD, Ernzxr
  • Team Australia: luke12, Zoidm8, Vasili, Insight
  • Team Brazil: And1FPS, Rdnx, Rustyzera, Rogi_
  • Team Canada: Kaymind, Drassel, Meluke, Moody
  • Team China: Dec12th, Mad98, GodV, Summer
  • Team Finland: Mxey, Sambty, Jembty, Tiikzu
  • Team Germany: Itzz_ChrizZ, Braexco, Caint, UdyrMayFire
  • Team Japan: Dep, gabha, SSeeS, CiNVe
  • Team Russia: ubah, ADOUZ1E, Kemba7, Ceh8
  • Team South Korea: Pio, Inonix, Loki, Aqua5
  • Team Thailand: MinORu, ShippyS, DUCKMAZ, ThanawatTH
  • Team Turkey: SIX-MO, Iroh, Mert, ABeautifulD
  • Team United Kingdom: Realzx, MykL, Vard, MiracU
  • Team United States: Sharky, Zanpah, Valliate, Bahawaka
  • Team Vietnam: Sapauu, Nhism, Leviz, Basill
  • Team Chinese Taipei: Leo, SR, Milk, ChiaWei

PUBG Nations Cup Schedule

The PUBG Nations Cup is scheduled to begin Aug. 9 and run through Aug 11. Action begins each day at 4 a.m. ET.

Day one will start with an opening ceremony from 4-4:30 a.m. ET, followed by hour-long matches until 9:30 a.m. ET. Day two will run matches hourly from 4 a.m. ET to 9 a.m. ET. Day three will also run hourly matches until 9 a.m. ET, with a closing ceremony taking place from 9 to 10 a.m. ET.

PUBG Nations Cup Talent

James "Kaelaris" Carrol — Desk Host
Patric "Frosz" Iu — Analyst
Martin "Avnqr" Gøth — Analyst
Micahel "Hypoc" Robbins — Analyst
Daniel "Gclef" Na — Translator
Richard "TheSimms" Simms — Commentator
Lauren "Pansy" Scott — Commentator
Clinton "Paperthin" Bader — Commentator
Mike "Porosaurus" Navarro — Commentator
Jake "Zenox" Brander — Commentator

Where to Watch the PUBG Nations Cup

The PUBG Nations Cup offers plenty of ways to watch. The main English stream is available here, while a map-only stream can be found here. A special interactive watching experience is available on the PUBG Esports website.

Each individual team will be featured its own stream.

Photo courtesy of PUBG Corp