PGS 2 2023 Recap - Twisted Minds is One Step Away From Grand Finals Win
Twisted Minds is on the verge of making one of the biggest comebacks in PUBG esports history. The team had a very disappointing start to the ongoing PUBG Global Series (PGS) 2023 event with an 18th-place finish at the group stage. But the team managed to pull it back and earned a first-place finish at the Losers Bracket and is currently on the verge of becoming the PGS 2 champion.
During Day 2 of the Grand Finals, the team secured two first-place finishes and is comfortably sitting at the top of the leaderboard. If it continues its dominant run, the team from the Commonwealth of Independent States can become the event’s champions with Soniqs being the only real threat to the team.
PGS 2 2023 - Grand Finals Day Recap (Day 2)
Here are the winners of the Day 2 matches at the Grand Finals of PGS 2:
Game 1 - Question Mark (8 Kills)
Game 2 - Forest Gaming (2 Kills)
Game 3 - Twisted Minds (13 Kills)
Game 4 - Danawa Esports (10 Kills)
Game 5 - Twisted Minds (7 Kills)
Game 6 - Soniqs (10 Kills)
Soniqs and Twisted Minds have the most top-five finishes at the event so far and the difference between both teams might be Dmytrii "Perfect1ks" Dubenyuk. The Twisted Minds player is on an absolute tear since 2020 with multiple PUBG Continental Series victories, an ESL PUBG Masters win, and a win at G-Loot Season 5. He competed with Northern Lights and Virtus.pro before competing under the Twisted Minds banner.
All eyes will be on Twisted Minds and Soniqs at the grand finals as they are the only two teams that have crossed the 100-point mark at the end of Day 2. Every other team is trailing by at least 16 points while a lot of tournament favorites like FaZe, Gen.G and CERBERUS Esports sitting with no chance of winning after disappointing performances at the grand finals.
If you want to catch the final day of the action live, you can head to the official streams to watch the games:
We will also be updating the final results at our .