PUBG JAPAN SERIES Season 2

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[e][h]PUBG JAPAN SERIES Season 2
League Information
Series:
PUBG JAPAN SERIES PUBG Japan Series
Type:
Offline
Location:
Japan Tokyo
Venue:
PJS Studio
Teams:
20
Game Mode:
Squads FPP
Platform:
Prize Pool:
$2,200 USD
Start Date:
2019-02-23
End Date:
2019-04-06
Liquipedia Tier:
Links

About[edit]

PUBG JAPAN SERIES is a PUBG professional league in Japan. The league represents Japan's portion of 2019 Official competitive season held by PUBG Corporation. The 2019 competitive season will culminated at the PUBG Global Championship 2019.

The PUBG JAPAN SERIES matches will be played and broadcasted live from the PJS studio in Tokyo

Broadcast Talent[edit]

  • Analyst:

Format[edit]

  • PJS Grade 1: February 23rd - April 6th, 2019
    • Squad FPP
    • 3 Weeks of league play per phase. (Total of 12 matches/phase & 24 matches throughout the season)
      • 4 Matches every Saturday
      • All matches will be played from the PJS Studio in Tokyo,Japan
  • PJS Grade 1 and PJS Grade 2 will adopted the first version of 2019 Universal Ruleset
    • For "2019 v.1 Bluezone Timing" Click here
Phase Delay Wait Move DPS Shrink Spread Land Ratio
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

2nd Half Changes[edit]

FACEIT Global Summit:PUBG Classic Qualification[edit]

Prize Pool[edit]

  • ¥250,000 JPY ( $2,200~ USD ) is given to the overall champion of PJS (Both Phase)
  • The results shown here are overall standings


  • Prize is given as WebMoney Currency

Participants[edit]

                    
                    
V3 FOX2
1Japan poly 
2Japan Manju 
3Japan SHEVA 
4Japan whitejack 
                    
                    
                    
                    
SCARZ5
1Japan BONON 
2Japan Dep 
3Japan Fa6ye 
4Japan rtyu 
                    
Team RAYZE6
1Japan tomus 
2Japan amonot 
3Japan oka 
4Japan CANSUN 
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    
SCARZ 2nd11,12
1Japan yuuno-p 
2Japan Doragon 
3Japan Momizi 
4Japan xRoland 
5Japan Esquia_ 
                    
                    
                    
                    
                    

For "News and Roster Changes" Click here.

1 Lag Gaming signed PNG Adeliae's roster.[1]
2 V3 FOX released Japan Mackey and Japan yobiyobi[2], so V3 FOX signed Japan poly from PENTAGRAM Revive and Japan Leftlean from OracleNOX as Japan SHEVA.[3]
3 Rascal Jester signed Japan Wesker from NORA Rengo Grim Reaper[4], and replaced Japan BILLON for Japan Wesker.
4 DetonatioN Gaming White signed Japan JapanNo1skve from Crest Gaming Xanadu as Japan JapanNo1.[5]
5 SCARZ signed Japan Dep.[6]
6 OracleNOX rebranded to Team RAYZE and signed Japan amonot and Japan oka. [7]
7 NORA Rengo Grim Reaper signed Japan SikiLL and Japan L4svegas. [8]
8 BLUE BEES cresc. rebranded to BLUE BEES and released Japan razzly2tap, Japan machao-00 [9], so BLUE BEES signed Japan kr10 and Japan BrazilianSM.[10]
9 Lexy Blanc acquired by Unsold Stuff Gaming, launched as USG Blanc.
10 Crest Gaming Rapid released Japan Runliy, Japan MarimoSTAR[11], so Crest Gaming Rapid signed Japan fiachan from NORA Rengo Grim Reaper and Japan SixVII.[12]
11 Japan Momizi became inactive because his mother was in an accident and he would care for his relatives. FenriR SoL signed Japan Esquia_.[13]
12 FenriR SoL acquired by SCARZ, launched as second team.[14]
13 Detonation Gaming Black released Japan Liifa[15], and signed Japan cocorou.[16]
14 High Voltage acquired by LAG Gaming, launched as Lag HighVoltage.[17]
15 PENTAGRAM Revive signed Japan albert from DetonatioN Gaming White and Japan notNoir.[18]
16 ISG Albatross Bloom released Japan Nelphs[19], and signed Japan Marin.[20]

Additional Content[edit]

Streams[edit]

LanguageJapan
Streams

References[edit]

  1. LAG Gaming (2019-02-02). "ご報告" (in Japan Japanese).
  2. V3 Esports (2018-11-30). "V3PUBG" (in Japan Japanese).
  3. V3 Esports (2018-11-30). "新メンバー加入のお知らせ" (in Japan Japanese).
  4. Rascal Jester (2019-01-05). "【PUBG部門】選手加入のお知らせ" (in Japan Japanese).
  5. DetonatioN Gaming (2018-12-27). "【DNG PUBG部門】新メンバーJapanNo1skve選手加入のお知らせ" (in Japan Japanese).
  6. SCARZ (2018-12-26). "【PUBG】Dep選手 加入のお知らせ" (in Japan Japanese).
  7. Team RAYZE (2019-02-05). "重大発表" (in Japan Japanese).
  8. Nora-Rengo (2019-02-04). "【PUBG部門に新メンバー加入】" (in Japan Japanese).
  9. BLUE BEES.ESP (2018-12-29). "【🐝ファンの皆様へ】" (in Japan Japanese).
  10. BLUE BEES.ESP (2019-01-28). "【PUBG部門選手加入報告】" (in Japan Japanese).
  11. Crest Gaming (2018-11-15). "【お知らせ】" (in Japan Japanese).
  12. Crest Gaming (2019-02-15). "【PUBG お知らせ】" (in Japan Japanese).
  13. DMM GAMES (2019-03-18). "FenriR SoLにおけるメンバー変更について" (in Japan Japanese).
  14. SCARZ (2019-03-18). "【PUBG】PUBG部門2チーム体制移行と新メンバー加入のお知らせ" (in Japan Japanese).
  15. DetonatioN Gaming (2019-01-15). "【PUBG部門のお知らせ】" (in Japan Japanese).
  16. DetonatioN Gaming (2019-01-16). "【DNG PUBG部門】新メンバーcocorou選手加入のお知らせ" (in Japan Japanese).
  17. High Voltage (2019-02-08). "この度HVは「Lag Gaming」に所属することとなりました。" (in Japan Japanese).
  18. PENTAGRAM (2019-01-30). "【PUBG部門選手加入のお知らせ】" (in Japan Japanese).
  19. ISG Albatross (2018-12-20). "【お知らせ】" (in Japan Japanese).
  20. ISG Albatross (2019-01-26). "【お知らせ】" (in Japan Japanese).