Invited to PCS #3 Group stage!

Omaken Sports’ PUBG team is directly invited to the group stage in PCS#3 and will be competing 13th- 18th october. The qualifiers consist of 12 games per group, and the top 16 teams will qualify for the Grand Finals of PCS#3. We’ve had a chat with the players about the tournament and life as a pro player after covid-19 changed their routines.

Omaken Sports’ PUBG team is directly invited to the group stage in PCS#3 and will be competing 13th- 18th october. The qualifiers consist of 12 games per group, and the top 16 teams will qualify for the Grand Finals of PCS#3. We’ve had a chat with the players about the tournament and life as a pro player after covid-19 changed their routines.

Shedule:

14-18 OCTOBER

18:00 CEST

https://twitch.tv/PUBG

The athletes is ready for revenge

PCS is one of many tournaments that the athletes has been participating in recently. There have been some intense weeks with tournaments such as PSL, PC#S 2 and Dreamhack to mention some. Their coach, Oliver “Ball1n” Santasalo, tells us about a hectic schedule:

- We played PSL after PCS#2 and got 8th position, 2 points behind the 6th position team. PSL were straight after PCS#2 and we were a little bit exhausted after the Finals but managed to stay focused throughout PSL games.

Even though there has been ups and downs in these tournaments, the players feel confident and ready to attend PCS 3 group stage.

- We feel really hungry going into PCS 3 because we did not finish top 3 in PCS#2. We definitely feel like we can take it this time, says Jembty.

A change of environment

Ever since the lockdown in March, the athletes have been playing tournaments from their home setup. This means that Jembty, PaG3 and Vazku are in Finland. TeaBone is playing from the UK. We have asked him about the differences between online and offline tournaments.

- Both offline and online should be approached with the same attitude but there are a few notable differences as a player. The main differences would be the general environment and the Lan client which feels so smooth. You also have a lot more distractions offline with the additional lights cameras etc which can be a bit off-putting . I personally find it way easier to play offline a lot of players/teams seem to be worse or less confident so it's generally easier to play.

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