How To Watch PGC 2019

This year there’s no shortage of ways to maximize your PUBG Global Championship viewing experience!

Watch with Us

When it comes to watching PGC 2019, look no further than the official PGC Watch Page at watch.pubgesports.com. Throughout the tournament, as it moves from Manhattan Beach to Oakland, you’ll be able to follow all of the action on the PGC Watch Page. It’s where you’ll find team and player stats updating in REAL TIME as matches progress, along with quick access to the live map view and the full tournament schedule. The site is tuned for easy access to team streams and localized language streams so you can watch YOUR way. You can also catch official PUBG updates and partake in community activities like polls and trivia.

If watching person is more your thing, tickets to the Grand Finals November 23 and 24 in Oakland, CA are still available and a whole set of special PGC items comes with your ticket.

 

In addition to the main feeds (English) and live map feeds on YouTube and Twitch, the PUBG Global Championship will be available in a variety of languages for fans around the globe.

Live Streams in Your Language

English

Korean

Chinese Simplified

Japanese

German

French

Russian

Spanish

Portuguese

Chinese Traditional

Vietnamese

Thai

Indonesian

Malaysia – English

Southeast Asia – English

Caster Roster

Broadcast partners around the world will feature their own casters calling the games.The list of casters broadcasting live from California during the PGC tournament is as follows:

English

  • Seltzer
  • Cammmyd
  • Simms
  • Porosaurus
  • Matrym
  • Pansy
  • Paperthin
  • Zenox
  • Toffees
  • Frosz
  • Kaelaris
  • Avnqr

Chinese

  • MsJoy
  • Yinxi
  • XiaoTong
  • Zhaizhai
  • Xinba
  • Nalan
  • Yehao
  • Fengzheng
  • Xieyan
  • 5400

Korean

  • Sang Hyun Park
  • Don Jun Kim
  • Ji Soon Kim

PGC begins November 8 with Group 1 teams including SK telecom T1, FaZe Clan, and Natus Vincere at 5pm PT.

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