This is the culmination of the two weeks’ worth of travel I’ve done to California since the middle of January.
All the touring of properties, negotiations with realtors, reading of legal documents, coordination with contractors, and literal thousands of miles of driving was for this – the National PUBG League, or the NPL. In case you missed my references to it from my previous blog posts, I’ve been scrambling to get this team house set up as smoothly as possible because of our PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds team qualifying for this official league.
I’m not really a fan of live events anymore, as I’ve just been to way too many at this point, and they begin to lose their magic once you’re behind-the-scenes and see the clown fiesta that usually unfolds at each tournament. With that being said, it was still pretty satisfying being there in the front row of seats, especially on the very first day when we finished in first place overall.
This one cut it really close, and I got a good amount of help from a few people, but I think this is still considered another successful project under my belt.