PUBG Corporation is teaming up with StarLadder to launch the PUBG Europe League this January! This marks a huge growth in PUBG Esports, with the €1,000,000 event giving teams across the world the chance to compete for a huge prize pool.

PUBG Europe League 2019

The PUBG Europe League starts in January and lasts throughout the entire year. Teams will rise up through the competitive ranks in their regions. The top teams from each region will get the chance to qualify for a huge international LAN.

The final LAN tournament will take place in December, with 32 teams battling it out for their share of the big prize money.

Registration is currently open to players from Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. You can sign up using the registration links on the StarLadder website.

The PEL will run based on a promotion and relegation system. This gives new teams the chance to rise up and reach the top by hard work and dedication.

The Growth of PUBG Esports

The organized system of the PUBG Europe League and the million Euro prize pool marks a huge step forward for the PUBG Esports scene.

In a Press Release, VP of PUBG Corp Alex Nam stated:

Taking the next step in our five year plan, the PUBG Europe League brings more consistency with regular matches from professional teams, bringing an increase in competitive matches for the fans and players of PUBG to get excited for and watch. The more matches on offer from the league will ensure teams are enhancing their skills and strategy over the course of the season, to result in matches with even more grandeur.

StarLadder CEO Roman Romantsov added:

StarLadder is proud to be an integral part of the PUBG development as a full-fledged sport with a real professional League. Broadcasting PUBG is a challenge, but we are ready for it. We are constantly striving to improve the viewer experience. We promise, you will be awed by our live production yet again.

Previous events such as the PUBG Global Invitational racked up huge views. Statistics from Newzoo also show that PUBG is catching up as one of the most watched games on Twitch.

Along with games like Smash Bros Ultimate, PUBG could become a fast-rising esport in 2019.