All teams qualified for the PMGC 2021 League Finals

After three stressful weeks PUBG Mobile action, tournament stage for PUBG Mobile The Global Championship (PMGC) 2021 has ended. Twenty teams in the east and west battled for 16 places in the tournament stage finals.

The tournament finals will take place from December 24 to 26. 16 teams will play six games per day for a total of 18 games, according to Liquipedia. The top nine teams from the east and the top six from the west will advance to the final round of PMGC 2021. These 15 teams will be joined by another invited team from India, fighting from January 21 to 23. to win the title of world champion.

Related: Results for PMGC Super Weekend 2021

The teams that have qualified from the east and west are:


  • The Infinity
  • Genesis Dogma GIDS
  • Stalwart Esports
  • Nigma Galaxy
  • 4 opponents
  • MS Chonburi
  • Six Two Eight
  • Team Rico Infinity
  • Bigetron RA
  • Cryptos
  • Secret Team
  • DAMWON Gaming
  • D’Xavier
  • DRS Gaming
  • Nova Esports


  • Rise Esports
  • Alpha7 Esports
  • Unicorn love
  • S2G Esports
  • Futbolist
  • Beşiktaş Esports
  • 1907 Fenerbahce Esports
  • The next Ruya Esports
  • Ghost game
  • Crazy game
  • Natus Vincere
  • Buluc Chabtan
  • Oriental star
  • Atom Esports
  • MadBulls

Eight teams have been eliminated so far. From the east, here are FaZe Clan, Deadeyes Guys, Tong Jia Bao Esports and BC SWELL. The Western teams are SuperMassive Blaze, Black Dragons Esports, XSET and Team Queso.

The tournament stage was a roller coaster ride for fans as the top teams left no mark. The popular Bigetron RA failed to make it to the first Super Weekend but recovered in the second and third weeks. The reigning world champion Nova Esports failed to qualify for the second Super Weekend and narrowly overtook FaZe Clan to finish in 16th place.

Fans are hoping to see these teams improve their performance ahead of the big tournament next weekend. All teams qualified for the PMGC 2021 League Finals


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