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Soniqs roll to PUBG Continental Series 4: Americas crown

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Susquehanna Soniqs overwhelmed the field to claim the PUBG Continental Series 4: Americas championship on Friday.

The Soniqs came out on top of the prize-money distribution in all three weeks of the competition, receiving $20,000 for each week. They pocketed an additional $20,000 as the Series 4 champion, giving them a total of $80,000.

Dodge came in second and Oath Gaming in third, with both netting $27,000. Dignitas took fourth at $22,000, and TSM rounded out the top five at $20,000.

In the final week of action, Soniqs and Dodge each won four rounds while TSM won two rounds.

Soniqs got a $5,000 “Insane Squad” bonus, and one of the squad’s players, James “TGLTN” Giezen of Australia, got a $5,000 prize as the event’s kill leader.

TGLTN was joined on the All-PCS team by Brazil’s Wellignton “Killdemo” Ely (Trogloditas) and two U.S. players, Andrew “Pentalol” Franco (TSM) and Jaden “Vegas” James (Dodge).

PUBG Continental Series 4: Americas final standings, with prize money and PUBG Global Championship points
1. Susquehanna Soniqs, $80,000, 450 points
2. Dodge, $27,000, 270 points
3. Oath Gaming, $27,000, 215 points
4. Dignitas, $22,000, 180 points
5. TSM, $20,000, 145 points
6. Enrage Esports, $18,000, 105 points
7. Guadalajara Gascans, $12,000, 90 points
8. Trogloditas, $8,000, 75 points
9. A Creche, $5,000, 55 points
10. 303 Esports, $4,000, 55 points
11. Wildcard Gaming, $4,000, 40 points
12. Spacestation Gaming, $3,000, 40 points
13. eUnited, no money, 25 points
14. Team Veritas, no money, 25 points
15. Latin Dominus, no money, 15 points
16. 22 Esports, no money, 15 points

–Field Level Media

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