PCS7 Grand Final – Viewer’s Guide


by PUBG Esports

We’re only days away from the beginning of the PUBG Continental Series 7 Grand Final. We are counting the minutes until teams from North and Latin America dive from the skies above Erangel and Miramar and into the action. 

Use this viewing guide to help you figure when, how and who to watch once the Grand Final officially begins. 

When does the Grand Final start?

The PCS7 Grand Final officially kicks off on Sept. 16 at 4:00 pm PDT. 30 matches will be played across two weekends. Here is the schedule for the entire Grand Final:

  • Day 1 – Sept. 16 4:00 pm PDT
  • Day 2 – Sept. 17 4:00 pm PDT
  • Day 3 – Sept. 18 4:00 pm PDT
  • Day 4 – Sept. 23 4:00 pm PDT
  • Day 5 – Sept. 24 4:00 pm PDT
  • Day 6 – Sept. 25 4:00 pm PDT

Where can I watch the Grand Final?

All six days of the PCS7 Grand Final will be broadcast live on the official PUBG Twitch and YouTube channels. VODs of each match day will be posted afterwards.

Teams to watch during the PCS7 Grand Final

It’s a clash of the titans during the PCS7 Grand Final. Heavyweights from both Latin America and North America will meet for the fourth time this year. Putting aside tournaments from previous years – a history has already been written from the action in 2022 alone. 

Soniqs looking to continue their dominance

As we’ve said countless times before, Soniqs is the best team in the Americas. They’ve won the majority of the PUBG Continental Series tournaments and placed highly in ones they haven’t. This will be the team to beat on the battlegrounds. 

FIUMBA looking to make LATAM proud

FIUMBA, like Latin American teams in the past, put on an absolute show during their first place performance in the Regional Final. They’ve been on an upward trajectory since ESL Masters: Phase 2 and look primed to perform well in the PCS7 Grand Final. 

Other teams to keep an eye on:

  • 22 Esports – This Latin American squad has gone up and down in 2022, from exceeding expectations to falling far below them. They are a sleeper pick to perform well. 
  • Bing Bang Boom – After falling early in the North American Regional Playoff, Bing Bang Boom scorched the competition in the Last Chance Qualifier. This squad is out for revenge. 
  • eUnited – Another top team in North America. eUnited has all the tools necessary to put together a winning run. 

PCS7 is one of the final competitive PUBG tournaments of the year so stay tuned for all of the remaining action. 

We’ll be covering all the PUBG Esports Americas action all year round, so make sure you’re following us on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok for more news, updates, and content.

See you on the Battlegrounds!


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