All we know about the PUBG Mobile Global Championship Grand Finals

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PUBG Mobile Global Championship: Grand Finals have all but one team qualified for the three-day mega event. The finals of the three-month world championship will feature the best teams from the Western and the Eastern leagues and an invited team from India.
The finals begin on 21st January and will be a three-day event. Sixteen teams will be competing against each other for a prize pool of $3.49 million. The team that finishes at the top of the table will take with them $1.5 million.
Of the sixteen slots, nine go to the teams that have qualified from the Eastern League. These teams are the ones that finished at the top nine places in the East League finals.
These teams are -
Damwon Gaming (Korean team and the Eastern League finals winners)
D'Xavier (Vietnamese team)
Stalwart Esports (Mongolian team)
Nova Esports (Chinese team)
Nigma Galaxy (Iraqi team)
The Infinity (Thai team)
Six Two Eight (Chinese team)
Team Secret (Malaysian team)
4Rivals (Malaysian team).
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The Western League finals saw six teams progress for the Grand Finals stage. The top six teams from the Western League finals are -
Kaos Next Ruya (Turkish team and the Western League finals winners)
Natus Vincere (Russian team)
Furious Gaming (Chilean team)
Alpha7 Esports (Brazilian team)
S2G Esports (Turkish team)
1907 Fenerbahce Esports (Turkish team)
The invited team's slot is for an Indian team. The organisers announced the winner of the ongoing Battlegrounds Gaming India Series would get the invitation for the Global Championship Finals. The Grand Finals of the BGIS will be from 13th January to 16th January.
Among the Eastern league teams, Indonesian giants Bigetron Red Aliens, Chinese heavyweights Tong Jia Bao Esports and the South Asian bigwig Deadeyes Gaming are the major misses from the Global Championships Grand Finals.