$100,000 PUBG Tournament Comes to an End

The Twitch Rivals $100,000 PUBG Tournament has come to an end after a very exciting afternoon.  64 Streamers teamed up, creating 16 teams of 4, to face off for the $100,000 Prize Pool.  The breakdown and results can be seen below.  PUBG ended up gathering over 400,000 viewers across Twitch during the time of tournament.

Placement Points

Below you can see where the teams placed (Gold outline for first, silver outline for second, bronze for third)

The Teams


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