4 December 2017 - 18:46

Twitch is hosting a $200,000 PUBG charity tournament featuring top streamers

Shroud, Lirik, Summit1g, and more will compete for a good cause.
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Twitch and Bluehole, Inc. are teaming up for a PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds charity tournament tomorrow, Dec. 5, Twitch announced yesterday.

The PUBG Winter Charity Invitational will feature 64 duos, 32 each from NA and EU, in a series of five matches. The star-studded lineup is confirmed to contain popular streamers such as Shroud, Lirik, Summit1g, SheriffEli, BdoubleO, and more.

Both Twitch and Bluehole will pitch in $100,000 each for a $200,000 total to be donated to the charities of the top three winning teams of the tournament.

The EU bracket of the tournament begins at 12pm CT and the NA bracket kicks off at 4pm CT. All of the matches will be played on the official PUBG Twitch channel, but the participants will be allowed to stream the event as well.

On the main channel, matches will be fully spectated and commentated by Matt "Martrym" Oats and Steve "Toffees" Pierce.

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