Mettlestate PUBG Squads cup this weekend

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Mettlestate PUBG Squads cup this weekend

With the ROG Invitational II: Soldiers of Fortune tournament this past weekend taking up South African tournament organizer Mettlestate’s time, we didn’t have any local cups for gamers to enter. As the dust has now settled, there’s a nice PUBG Squads cup for South Africans to enjoy.

PUBG Squads cup details

Mettlestate announced the PUBG Squads cup on Twitter, noting how fans have been asking for it, and the tournament organizer, in partnership with ASUS ROG, delivered.

The PUBG Squads cup is open to all South Africans with PUBG on PC. You can grab your squad and register over on the cup’s dedicated Mettlestate page to enter.

Registration, as always, is free. However, there’s still a prize pool of R2,000 for players to fight for.

Prize pool distribution:
  • 1st place – R1,000
  • 2nd place – R600
  • 3rd place – R400

Registrations for the PUBG Squads cup closes on Friday, 25 September at 19:00. The PUBG Squads cup will take place on Saturday, 26 September starting at 15:00, with an expected end time of 18:00.

As always, you should keep up to date with the latest happenings for Mettlestate tournaments by following them on Twitter, and joining their Discord server.

Header image via PUBG Corporation.

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Latest Comments
  • Kold Cold

    Kold Cold (19th February 2021)

    cool man will check it out thanks#
  • Zombie_Dredd

    Zombie_Dredd (12th February 2021)

    Hi there. I would suggest using one of the SA Facebook groups dedicated to your preferred title to...#
  • Kold Cold

    Kold Cold (11th February 2021)

    hey guys can anyone get me in touch with a local clan to compete with (westerncape) koldcold17@gmail#
  • Sillicur

    Sillicur (7th January 2021)

    Sadly still no word but hopefully something will happen in 2021!#
  • Jean Roelofse

    Jean Roelofse (6th January 2021)

    I really hope we get the servers quick because not all of us can stand the unfair lagging its quite...#