PUBG Corp has recently released a five-year plan that would establish PUBG as an esport. Here, PlayerUnknown himself, Brendan Greene, sheds more light on the plans.
The roadmap starts with the PGI Global Invitational and will grow massively over the forthcoming years, as PUBG Corp and its partners look to conduct regular regional leagues, which will eventually culminate in a world championship, while also fostering the amateur and grassroots scene to encourage new players.
There is a heavy emphasis on sustainability too, with multiple ways to ensure teams and players are supported financially so they can follow their dreams of competing in professional PUBG. Finally, viewers play an important part too, with significant investment promised in improving the game’s UI and observer systems.

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