PUBG Nations Cup rosters set for USA, Canada, and Australia
Canada, the United States, and Australia have all revealed their rosters for the upcoming PUBG Nations Cup.
The PUBG Nations Cup is right around the corner, and the national teams involved are now sharing the official rosters. Canada, USA, and Australia presented the players and coaches that will represent the countries at the event.
On August 9, 16 all-stars team will gather in Seoul to fight for the title, the glory, and the $500,000 prize pool.
USA is jumping into the action with a championship-caliber squad. Logan “Zanpah” Heckman and Michael “Sharky” Gariti from Tempo Storm are joining the American side along with Keane “Valliate” Alonso and Ian “Bahawaka” Crowe from SpaceStation Gaming to complete Team USA.
This roster will be coached by Ghost Gaming’s Micheal "Jabroni" Cecere.
Canada selected a group of players from different top-tier teams in the National PUBG League. Thierry “Kaymind” Kaltenback from Cloud9, Mehmood “Moody” Askar from Team Envy, and Cedrik “Drassel” Lessard from Ghost Gaming will join Luke “Meluke” Laing from Tempo Storm.
Lazaru’s head coach Dylan "Didz" Didiano is in charge of Team Canada.
Australia is sending a mix of ESL AU&NZ Championship winners to the Nations Cup. Phase One winner Incognito is contributing with two players in Jordan "Jouxy" de Joux and Jesse "Insight" Spencer. Phase two champion Athletico Esports will send two of their brightest in Luke "luke12" Newey and Tenzin “Zoidm8” Wallis.
The team will be coached by Jon "Nutshot" Hancock from Team Immunity.
One most stop before Nations Cup
There’s one more stop before the Nations Cup, and that’s the GLL Grand Slam: PUBG Classic. On July 19, the best teams from phase two will take part in the second global event of the competitive circuit.
This year, the GLL Grand Slam is taking place in Stockholm, Sweden. Tempo Storm, Cloud9, Ghost Gaming, SpaceStationg Gaming, Atheltico, and Incognito are on the list of 16 teams in attendance.
The GLL Grand Slam will serve as an early preview of what’s coming in the Nations Cup.
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