This weekend on the professional stage of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will be dominated by the fourth season of the Global Loot League. We will see the best teams from EMEA, North America and South America fight it out for a prize pool of $150,000 US dollars.
Team Liquid managed best in the finals of the EMEA regional cup bringing together teams from Europe, the United States and the Middle East and Africa. The international squad did not have the best start, taking only seventh place after the first day of the finals. However, Liquid dominated Saturday and Sunday matches, ending eight of the twelve matches played in the top four on those days and collecting four wins.
Together with TL, in the main final from the EMEA region we will see four European teams – WTSG, Omaken Esports, FaZe Clan and Exalt, two representatives of CIS, i.e. Tornado Energy and AfterAlt, and Turkish Digital Athletics.
The competition in North America was dominated by Shoot To Kill players, who after eighteen matches had 143 kills and eleven places in the top four, thanks to which they finished the competition with an advantage of sixty points over the next Wildcard Gaming. In addition to STK and Wildcard, the Exodus and Yaho players will also take part in the finals in Stockholm, who defeated, among others, in the regional finals. the finalists of last year’s World Championships, Genesis and Susqehanna Soniqs, which occurred during PGC under the Tempo Storm flag.
In South America, the players of the Brazilian RED Canids did the best, who secured their victory in the regional final thanks to a series of six finishes at least in fourth place, of which three ended with the victory of the team led by Andrey “and1FPS” Henrique. In the main finale, they will be joined by the Brazilian squad A Creche, and the Argentine-Chile mix from Team Singularity.
Athletico Esports, who were directly invited as representatives of Australia and Oceania, will also take part in the grand final of the fourth season of GLL. The final of GLL Season 4 itself will take place between February 28 and March 1 in Stockholm, and its prize pool will contain $150,000 US dollars.
During the finals of the fourth season of GLL there will be eighteen matches that will be played from Friday to Sunday. Broadcast from GLL PUBG Season 4 is available on the GLL PUBG channel on Twitch.