Vietnam finish second at PUBG Nations Cup 2022

VOV.VN - Vietnam beat Argentina to win second place in the final stage of the PUBG Nations Cup 2022 taking place in Thailand.

This year’s tournament saw Vietnam bring a number of talented gamers to the competition, including manager DjChip of Refund Gaming, Sapauu of Bao Nam United, Clories of Bao Nam United, YmCud of CERBERUS Esports, and HaiSaki of CERBERUS Esports.

The team overwhelmed Argentina and usurped Brazil to finish in second place with 177 points and received prize worth US$58,000.

The UK took the trophy plus a US$100,000 reward.

The PUBG Nations Cup 2022 took place in Bangkok, Thailand, from June 16 to June 19, attracting 16 national PUBG teams to compete for the ultimate glory with a total prize pool of US$500,000.

The tournament followed the ‘point rule’ format which combines elimination points and placement points. A total of five games were played each day, with a total of 20 games played on Erangel and Miramar.

The team with the most points after 20 matches were therefore crowned as the PNC 2022 champions.

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