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What if I told you I had the chance to sit down with the organizers of what could be the biggest PUBG tournament of the year? I got a chance to do just that and let me tell you, I couldn’t be more excited. Streamers from all different games and styles are set to come together in the not-so-distant future, bringing with them over HALF A MILLION VIEWERS so far and growing! Here’s what we know so far about what is bound to be the biggest Twitch event in the making.

Biggest PUBG Event Of The Year?

Darth over at Uproar, the as of yet unnamed events host, was quoted as saying the following:

“This tournament has been one of the most exciting projects we have worked on so far. We're so stoked to see this be one of the biggest PUBG events this year. Going to be an amazing experience having professional players and known streamers from a variety of games competing for that Chicken Dinner.”

So far, we know we can expect some of the biggest streamers on Twitch to be there. Alexichdoesn’t even need an introduction, Alexich is one of the largest name in League of Legends but also in the Twich community. Widely popular Smite streamers Weak3n and TigressX along with NRG’s own, and the world's best Smite support player in the world, iRaffer, have already been confirmed. Also slated to participate is CS:GO streamer and ARK connoisseur JayEx23. Now these are just the names we know so far, rumor has it there’s plenty more!

Want to Get In On The Action?

Uproar is also officially putting out the call to pro’s and streamers with a following of over 50,000, they still have a few reserved spots left, if you want to take part in one of the largest viewed gaming events of the year, send in an email

Get your entry in, all your friends will by emailing David@uproar.gg and let us know who you want to see in the the upcoming tournaments, and why you want to play with the Pro’s.

There’s still plenty yet to be set in stone, so stay tuned with Uproar and InfoGamer for more details (which will be sooner then later)!

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