PUBG Tournaments Statistics in March 2018

PlayerUknown’s Battleground is one of the most popular Battle Royale game in the world from Bluehole. The game was at the peak of its popularity a year ago, but Fortnite became powerful competitor thus PUBG started to lose players quite actively. Nevertheless, PUBG continues to be the biggest and the most massive multiplayer game on Steam.

Bluehole started to promote PUBG as the esports discipline quite yearly compareto Fortnite. The first competitive tournament season finished in July 2018 with the grandiose PUBG Global Invitational 2018 which totaled more than 60.000.000 viewers at the peak.  

PUBG Tournaments in March 2018

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Logo Title Prize poolPeak viewersHours watched Event date
GLL Season 1 Prize pool $50 000 Peak viewers 39.68K
w/o CN: 39.68K
Hours watched 460.08K
w/o CN: 460.08K
14.02.18 - 22.04.18
Duration: 57 hours PUBG Invitational Prize pool $25 000 Peak viewers 2.59K
w/o CN: 2.59K
Hours watched 13.44K
w/o CN: 13.44K
09.03.18 - 14.04.18
Duration: 13 hours
Curse Trials March 2018 Prize pool $10 000 Peak viewers 44.75K
w/o CN: 44.75K
Hours watched 534.09K
w/o CN: 534.09K
27.03.18 - 30.03.18
Duration: 21 hours
BSG PUBG Invitational 2018 Prize pool $4 367 Peak viewers 19.04K
w/o CN: 19.04K
Hours watched 36.55K
w/o CN: 36.55K
Duration: 5 hours
PGL PUBG Spring Invitational 2018 Prize pool $100 000 Peak viewers 11.87M
w/o CN: 42.37K
Hours watched 86.42M
w/o CN: 432.79K
22.03.18 - 25.03.18
Duration: 20 hours
PUBG Warfare Masters
Prize pool $93 700 Peak viewers 7.18K
w/o CN: 7.18K
Hours watched 21.20K
w/o CN: 21.20K
Duration: 4 hours
StarSeries i-League PUBG 2018 Prize pool $100 000 Peak viewers 17.54M
w/o CN: 93.35K
Hours watched 193.60M
w/o CN: 1.53M
01.03.18 - 04.03.18
Duration: 30 hours

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