Liquid's PROVINGGROUNDS - PUBG Open Tryouts
December 05 2017
If you’ve collected enough chicken dinners to open your own Korean chicken chain online and believe that you have what it takes to survive a gauntlet of skilled amateurs, then Team Liquid’s Proving Grounds is for you. We are searching for talented PUBG player(s) in the EU region that will supplement our professional PUBG squad on a full-time basis.
We will be accepting applications from December 6th until December 11th, and will then hold open tryouts to determine the best up-and-coming young player in Erangel.
If you meet the above qualifications and are interested in joining Team Liquid, please fill out this google form before the end of the application period.
The application period will span one week, from December 6, 2017 until 23:59 CET on December 11, 2017. Potential candidates will then be contacted through email and interviewed during the succeeding week, before finalists are contacted for tryouts. The finalists will be invited to play and scrim with the team, and a decision will be announced after the holiday season.
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