The concept is simple:
The countries are divided into 4 regions, EMEA, Americas (North America+Latin America), Oceania (Australia+New Zealand) and a new inclusion of South East Asia (SEA).
32 EMEA countries will play in a double-elimination format tournament bracket, which leads up to a Semi-Final and Grand Final. The countries that have had a big turnout in previous iterations will have a qualifier where they can sign up to play with their fellow countrymen. We also want to include as many countries as possible, and as such will hold Interest Check sign-ups where players and teams can sign up to show that their nation should also be included in the tournament. If more than 32 countries are in the running, then the nation with the higher Interest Check attendance will receive a qualifier to have their nation in the tournament.
For the countries not on any of the list, it is allowed to join a neighboring nation. Ex: Icelandic Vikings are allowed to join their fellow Norwegian cousins in the battle for domination.
EMEA Qualifier Countries:
|Poland||Finland||Kazakhstan||Kosovo & Albania|
EMEA Interest Check Countries:
Americas will have the North American and Latin American countries face each other separately, and the remaining two from both regions will face each other in a Grand Final.
Americas Qualifier Countries:
Americas Interest Check Countries:
For South East Asia we will have 4 teams who will battle it out in a double-elimination format. This is the first time we’re featuring these countries on GLL and we can’t wait to see what they have in store for us!
SEA Qualifier Countries:
Finally, for Oceania, we will have the classic showdown between Australia and New Zealand to see which nation is the best down under! The countries will have a joint qualifier to see which players gets into their respective nation.
OCE Qualifier Countries:
Each country will feature 32 of the most hardcore patriots of their home country to represent them in the upcoming royale war mode. The generals will pick 24 players for the team themselves, and the remaining portion will qualify through the preliminaries or be picked by us at GLL! Here is a brief summary, with more details outlined in the sections below:
In EMEA there will also be a third way to participate:
Squads will face each other in a single-elimination format for each country. Top 2 squads from each country will be qualified to play for their respective country in the GLL Nations Royale Play-Offs. Stay updated by following us on social media and keeping track of the tournaments page on play.gll.gg.
Want your country to join the region line-up and represent your country in our upcoming Nations Royale tournament? Sign-up for country representation check of your own country on play.gll.gg to show us that you’re ready to represent your nation! If enough players sign-up in your country, there is a possibility that your county will be added to the lineup! Please note that the “country representation” sign-up on play.gll.gg won’t be played out as a PUBG tournament and will not act as a qualifier or guarantee a spot for your country in the upcoming Nations Royale.
Specific times and information for each region will be available closer to the dates.
Qualifiers: 13th – 20th of April
May 17th – SEA
May 18th – EMEA & Americas
May 26th – EMEA
May 27th – EMEA & Americas
May 28th – EMEA & Americas
May 31st – SEA
June 1st – EMEA (Day 1) & Americas
June 3rd – EMEA (Day 2)
June 6th – SEA Finals
Feel like you have what it takes to represent your country for the GLL PUBG Nations Royale? Then continue to read!
Each country will have a general that is responsible for picking 24 teammates for their team, based on GLL stats as well as some invites. The general for each country will be picked by GLL and will represent local profiles within the PUBG community. All Generals are expected to stream their matches in their respective local languages.
What are the responsibilities of a general?
Generals have many responsibilities such as selecting a certain amount of players, improving the communication within the team and coming up with strategies to defeat their opponents. The General will also stream their matches for their community.
How can I apply for being a general for my country?
You can apply by filling out this Google Form. Make sure you answer all the questions and that you give us as many details as possible. Your answers will be one of the key factors in picking generals. We will stop accepting applications on the 20th of April so make sure you apply as soon as possible.
What is your decision based on?
We will be selecting generals according to these criteria: