PUBG and eSports go together like, well, like two things that sort of go together but not quite and is only somewhat enjoyed by the masses but would maybe be accepted more if the presentation was better than it used to be? You know what I'm talking about.

That's perhaps why today's news about FACEIT and PUBG teaming up is probably a good thing to learn about.

On September 28, PUBG will be added to the FACEIT platform for Europe, North America, and South America. This essentially means that competitive players will have a structured place to keep track of progression and help them get noticed by professional teams. The upcoming official launch comes after a closed beta that began in August that saw some 200,000 people sign up.

To celebrate this launch, FACEIT is going to give the first player to reach 338 Chicken Dinners with a FIAT 500.