The PUBG Nations Cup is back where it started.
PNC 2023 returns to Seoul, South Korea — where it debuted in 2019 — for its third edition. Competition is fierce between the 16 countries that qualified, with battles taking place over three days, from September 15th to 17th, in the Sangam afreeca Colosseum.
PNC 2023 participating teams
PNC 2023 features 16 participating countries, including the defending champions from the United Kingdom.
- United Kingdom (defending champion)
- Chinese Taipei
- South Korea
- United States
You can find the full rosters, including players, here on PUBG’s official website.
PNC 2023 format
Each day at PNC 2023 consists of six matches, meaning a total of 18 will be played out over the course of the tournament. Points are awarded for placement and kills.
The tournament will have Erangel, Miramar, Taego, and Vikendi in its map pool. The revamped Vikendi and new Taego will be featured at a lower ratio compared to the classic maps.
PNC 2023 prize pool
A total of US$300,000 is on offer, with additional prize money coming in via crowdfunding.
Where to watch PNC 2023
These are the official broadcasts from PUBG Esports:
- Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/pubg_battlegrounds
- Twitch Map feed: https://www.twitch.tv/pubgesportsmap
- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PUBGEsports
- YouTube Map feed: https://www.youtube.com/c/PUBGEsports
- TikTok: https://email@example.com
- Talents: Paperthin, State, Bella
Aside from coverage in English, there’s a litany of options for several other languages, including Korean, Chinese, Turkish, and more.
Regional broadcast channels
- Chinese Taipei
- Talents: AsSen, KMoMo, Krapy, Nia, Paul, Rex
- Czech Republic
- Portuguese (Brazil)