PUBG Korea League/2019 Season/Phase 1

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PKL 2019 - Phase 1
PKL 2019 logo.png
Tournament Information
OrganizerBluehole
AfreecaTV
Ongamenet
SponsorKorea Telecom
BenQ
EMAC
네네치킨 덕이점
Prize Pool₩ 200,000,000 KRW
Number of Teams24
LinksWebsite
Location & Dates
Region
KR
 Korea
TypeOffline
TierPremier
ModeSquad
PlatformPC
CountrySouth Korea South Korea
LocationSouth Korea
Start Date2019-02-11
End Date2019-03-23

Overview

Format

In-Game Rules

Points Breakdown

  • Every kill is worth 1 point
Placement Points
1st 10
2nd 6
3rd 5
4th 4
5th 3
6th 2
7th-8th 1
9th-16th 0

Bluezone Matrix

Phase Delay Wait Move DPS Shrink Spread LR
1 90 180 270 0.6 0.4 0.5 0
2 0 90 120 0.8 0.55 0.56 0
3 0 60 120 1 0.6 0.56 0
4 0 60 150 3 0.6 0.56 1
5 0 50 120 5 0.65 0.56 0
6 0 50 120 8 0.65 0.56 0
7 0 50 90 10 0.65 0.56 0
8 0 50 60 14 0.7 0.56 1
9 0 10 160 18 0.001 10 0

Prize Pool

₩ 200,000,000 South Korean Won are spread among the teams as seen below:

Place Prize (%) Prize (KRW) Qualification Team
Gold.png 1 30% ₩ 60,000,000 PKL Phase 2
Silver.png 2 17.5% ₩ 35,000,000 PKL Phase 2
Bronze.png 3 10% ₩ 20,000,000 PKL Phase 2
Copper.png 4 10% ₩ 20,000,000 PKL Phase 2
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Participants

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Closed Qualifiers
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1 Lavega Falconlogo std.png Lavega Esports acquires the organization and slot of ROCCAT Armorlogo std.png ROCCAT Armor on December 31, 2018.[1]
2 APK Princelogo std.png APK Prince acquires the slot of ROX Orcaslogo std.png ROX Orcas on January 3, 2019. [2] The original roster reforms Big Picturelogo std.png Big Picture. [3]
3 MVPlogo std.png MVP Luna merges with MVPlogo std.png MVP on January 4,2019.[4]
4 CESTI eSportslogo std.png CESTI eSports acquires the slot of Big Picturelogo std.png Big Picture on January 10, 2019.[5]
5 Griffinlogo std.png Griffin acquires the organization and slot of Kongdoo Reddotlogo std.png Kongdoo Reddot on January 11, 2019.[6]
6 GC Busan Giantslogo std.png GC Busan Giants is disqualified due to violating Team Participation Agreement. Team Squarelogo std.png Team Square (Formerly known as ASUS ROG Strikerlogo std.png ROG Striker) will replace their slot on January 29, 2019.[7]
7 Actoz Stars Redlogo std.png Actoz Stars Red rebrands to VSGlogo std.png VSG on January 29, 2019.[8]
8 Lavega Falconlogo std.png Lavega Aimo acquires the slot of 247logo std.png 247 on January 30, 2019.
9 Kings Roadlogo std.png Kings Road acquires the slot of Actoz Stars Indigologo std.png Actoz Stars Indigo on January 30, 2019.[9]
10 Griffin Whitelogo std.png Griffin White acquires the and slot of Astricklogo std.png Astrick while Griffinlogo std.png Griffin rebrands to Griffin Redlogo std.png Griffin Red on February 11, 2019.[10]

Results

Place Team Points
1 Afreeca Freecslogo std.png Afreeca Freecs Fatal 115
2 VSGlogo std.png VSG 114
3 Kings Roadlogo std.png Kings Road 108
4 OP Gaminglogo std.png OP Gaming Rangers 107
5 DeToNatorlogo std.png DeToNator Korea 98
6 OGN Entuslogo std.png OGN Entus Force 98
7 Danawa DPGlogo std.png DPG AIM 93
8 APK Princelogo std.png APK Prince 79
9 Lavega Falconlogo std.png Lavega Esports 79
10 OP Gaminglogo std.png OP Gaming Hunters 78
11 Team Quadrologo std.png Team Quadro 75
12 Lavega Falconlogo std.png Lavega Aimo 74
13 MVPlogo std.png MVP 72
14 OGN Entuslogo std.png OGN Entus Ace 71
15 Afreeca Freecslogo std.png Afreeca Freecs Ares 70
16 DPG danawalogo std.png DPG danawa 70
17 Element Mysticlogo std.png Element Mystic 66
18 SK Telecom T1logo std.png SK Telecom T1 62
19 Gen.Glogo std.png Gen.G 60
20 Griffin Redlogo std.png Griffin Red 55
21 Maxtilllogo std.png Maxtill 43
22 Griffin Whitelogo std.png Griffin White 38
23 CESTI eSportslogo std.png CESTI eSports 37
24 Team Squarelogo std.png Team Square 37

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