PUBG Invitational Charity Showdown COUNTDOWN: Ninja, Dr DisRespect live stream, time

PUBG fans can tune in to the PUBG Invitational Charity Showdown live from Berlin later today.

As part of the PUBG eSports event, Battlegrounds developer Bluehole is hosting a Charity Showdown for some of the world’s most famous players.

The PUBG Global Invitational Charity Showdown takes place on July 27. 

Broadcast live on the PUBG Twitch channel, the first of four matches kicks off at 3.30pm UK time.

As part of the Charity Showdown, 40 streamers will team up with 40 professional PUBG players in first-person battles played on Erangel.

Bluehole explains more: “The PGI Charity Showdown will be comprised of four action packed First Person Perspective (FPP) matches set on the original PUBG map, Erangel.

“Each squad will be comprised of two broadcast personalities and two PUBG pros, all fighting for a piece of the total $ 1 Million USD to donate to charity.”

Check out images from the PUBG Global Invitational below…

Broadcast live from the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin, players include Ninja, Shroud, Dr DisRespect, Moondye, Rubiu5, Willyrex and Sacriel.

The teams will be playing for a $ 1 million prize pool, which will be split between the top three teams.

The first placed team will win $ 600,000 for the charity of their choice. Second place nets $ 300,000 for charity and third place will be awarded $ 100,000 for charity.

PUBG Invitational ticket holders can attend the event for free, while everybody else will have to follow on social media.

The PUBG Invitational continues on Saturday, July 28 with the return of the pros.

Gen.G Gold were crowned champions in the third-person competition, netting $ 400,000 in prize money and the coveted golden frying pans.

Saturday and Sunday’s competition sees 20 different teams compete for another $ 1 million in prize money.

Global Invitational matches take place on Miramar and feature tweaked rules.

This includes a faster Bluezone and point scoring based on rank and number of kills.

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