PUBG Corp. applies new rules to competitive from 2019
A heartbreaking news for all Natus Vincere fans occurred right before the PGI - the team was forced to perform with a substitute due to one of the members Shade1 was under 18 years old. This happened due to the local German law that didn't allow underage persons to play PUBG. The PUBG Corp. decided to keep on with this rule and decided to make it global for next year, of which they've reported via twitter:
From 2019, these global rules will apply to all pro-level PUBG esports competitions:— PUBG Esports (@PUBGEsports) September 14, 2018
1) Any player who is under 18 years of age will not be eligible to play.
2) Each team must include in its roster at least 3 legal citizens or permanent residents from its region.
This could be an addition to the latest rules that were approved last week, but knowing Bluehole the things would change not even once.