PUBG Corp. announced that registration is open for ESL PUBG Masters: Phase 2, the third competition on the competitive circuit of the Americas in 2021. Played over the internet, the championship will feature a prize pool of US$ 50,000 and will give ranking points to the PUBG Global Championship (PGC), the PUBG world championship.

ESL PUBG Masters: Phase 2 begins with open tryouts, one for Latin America and one for North America. In the Latin American qualifier, there are 160 spots available.

To register, simply access the Wasdefy platform at this link.

More details can be found below, via PUBG Corp.

Open selective

The Latin American Open Trials will start with Round 1, which is divided into Day 1 and Day 2, each with six matches. Rounds 2 and 3 will each have two days with six matches each, totaling 12 matches per round.

Check the dates:

Round 1: July 14 & 15 (up to 160 teams, 32 advance)
Round 2: July 17 & 18 (32 teams, 16 advance)
Round 3: July 20 & 21 (16 teams, 8 qualify)

Group stage

The Latin American Group Stage will take place on July 23, 24 and 25, with 24 participating teams divided into three brackets.

The 16 invited teams from the Group Stage of PCS4 Americas and the eight classified through the open selection will be gathered.

On each of the three days there will be clashes involving teams from two groups, so the matches will have 16 participants.

There will be a total of 18 matches in the Group Stage, six each day. Each team will therefore play 12 falls.

The Group Stage will follow the new Most Chicken Rule, where the leaderboard is based primarily on the number of matches won by teams and secondarily on the number of eliminations.

The top 8 qualify for the Grand Final.

Grand final

The Grand Final will feature 16 participating teams: eight from the Latin American Group Stage and eight from the North American Group Stage.

The Grand Final will take place over six days over two weeks: from July 30th to August 1st and from August 6th to 8th.

The Grand Finals will follow the Most Chicken Rule, and each of the two weeks will have its own leaderboards and prize pools.

The champion will be determined by the total prizes accumulated by the teams during the two weeks of competition.


In addition to the $50,000 prize pool, the ESL PUBG Masters Grand Final: Stage 2 will award ranking points towards PGC 2021.

The competitive circuit of the Americas already had two competitions, which equally distributed cash prizes and points for the PGC: the ESL PUBG Masters: Phase 1 and the PCS4. PCS5 will be the fourth and final competition.

Click here to see how the points table for the PGC 2021 looks like.