Adding MENA into the Turkish adventure of PUBG Protality Series, the Final Stage of Yemeksepeti Protality Season 3 is about to begin. Carrying out the thrill of Protality beyond the Turkish borders, Yemeksepeti Protality Season 3 will see teams battling it out to claim the title “Champion of the Middle East”.
Welcoming Yemeksepeti as its main sponsor, and Olips and MediaMarkt as its pro sponsors to carry out the event, Grand Final of Yemeksepeti Protality Season 3 will be livestreamed for both Turkish and Arabic viewers in both languages.
Coming up strong to become a new high in the Gaming and Esports projects of eSports360 and WeSportsMedia since 2019, Yemeksepeti Protality Season 3 waits with challenging conditions and a larger range for the team that will become the best of not just Turkey but the entire MENA region.
With participation of 4 teams qualifying from the MENA Group Stage, Crashers Esports, Team Elite, Lebanon Esports, OLD GENERATION, 8 teams qualifying from Turkey Group Stage, Digital Athletics, HOWL, XFlow Esports, Futbolist, Unknownpros, 212, ReleGats, Karagümrük Espor and the teams invited for Final Stage, Galakticos, SuperMassive Blaze, fastPay Wildcats and STARDUST, teams will compete in the final lobby of 16 teams throughout 20 matches divided into 4 match days to claim the top rank.
Yemeksepeti Protality Sezon 3 Final Stage Teams
- Crashers Esports
- Digital Athletics
- fastPay Wildcats
- Karagümrük Espor
- Lebanon esports
- OLD GENERATION
- SuperMassive Blaze
- Team Elite
- XFlow Esports
Bringing a prize pool of 60.000TL, match days of Yemeksepeti Protality Season 3 Final Stage is as follows:
- Final Stage #1 – 09.12.2021 / 19:00 Turkey Time
- Final Stage #2 – 10.12.2021 / 19:00 Turkey Time
- Final Stage #3 – 11.12.2021 / 19:00 Turkey Time
- Final Stage #4 – 12.12.2021 / 19:00 Turkey Time
Yemeksepeti Protality Season 3 will be livestreamed on the channels PUBG TR Twitch and PUBG Arabic Facebook with the presentation of Buğrahan “Wreckage” Şevke, Utku “utimikk” Taşyürek and Arda “Tropik” Bayram in Turkish and Arabic languages.