GLL partners with PUBG Corporation to host GRAND SLAM: PUBG Classic in Stockholm in July 2019!

Stockholm-based esports company G-Loot, with its Battle Royale brand GLL, announces its partnership with PUBG Corporation (PUBG Corp.) to host a new PUBG Classic event, GLL GRAND SLAM: PUBG Classic. The multi-regional tournament for PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG) will be held in Stockholm from July 19-21, 2019. GLL is one of the largest platforms and tournament organizers for battle royale esports competitions. With the GLL GRAND SLAM, the company is looking to attract a worldwide audience by organizing one of the largest tournaments in PUBG esports that includes 16 top teams from North America, Europe, Oceania, and Latin America.

When we started the GLL brand a little more than one year ago the strategy was clear. We wanted to create the largest tournament in the world with the world’s most played game – PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS. We are immensely proud to announce GLL GRAND SLAM: PUBG Classic. It will be the largest tournament by us to date and we are very happy to welcome fans worldwide to follow the tournament on site in Stockholm or online.” said Simon Sundén, Vice President and Head of Esports and GLL at G-Loot.

With previous GLL events in 2018, G-Loot has clearly demonstrated that they are among the most innovative PUBG tournament organizers in the world, and we are proud to have them as a premier partner hosting a PUBG Classic in 2019,” said Jake Sin, Global Esports Manager for PUBG Corporation. “We are thrilled to work with G-Loot to bring a world-class PUBG event to Stockholm for the first time.

The partnership between G-Loot and PUBG Corp. was established in 2018 with multiple seasons of GLL tournaments. GLL has since evolved into a platform with several games and tournaments that are open to all, from Nations Royale and Wingman for casual players to Queue & Play and Premiere Seasons for professional players.

The arrangement of GLL GRAND SLAM: PUBG Classic marks a milestone for G-Loot as a company and a great success for GLL. Everybody must feel that they are welcome to our arrangement. Anyone, anywhere in the world can play and compete for money in a game that they already play and love.” said Patrik Nybladh, CEO of G-Loot.