- Over five exciting days, from February 24-28, the best FIFA 21 Clubs in the world will begin the fifth edition of the FIFA Club World Cup.
- Teamwork will be essential as the top 42 teams are lining up to compete for their share of the $ 350,000 prize money
- 150% increase in participating teams on an annual basis in the online qualifiers
- Follow the action at FIFA.gg – the place where fans can watch it almost together with their friends and follow their favorite clubs and creatives
With the dust fading over the draw for the FIFA Club World Cup Finals, the remaining 42 teams represent players in every eye who stand between them and win. The greatest FIFA Club event, played on EA SPORTS FIFA 21, will see the world’s best esports teams compete for their share of prize money of $ 350,000.
With a taste of sweet glory at their fingertips and teamwork being crucial to success, each team will begin their journey to the title in the group stage starting on February 24th. The two best teams from each of the six regions will lead. To the Weekend Finals, for their chance to win the 2021 FIFA Club World Cup.
This will be the first of many FIFA tournaments this year, as FIFA continues to invest in developing a new sports field for future generations. A total of 480 teams from around the world participated in the online qualifiers over the course of the four weeks of competition. This was a 150% increase over last year’s tournament, indicative of the overwhelming response from clubs and the community.
In addition to increasing engagement, the skill level is also at an all-time high which makes for some exciting matches. Every fan knows nothing that compares to his favorite player who runs in rings around the competition. Ultimately though, it’s the teamwork, not the individual, that wins the most. In a two-person esports competition, the same goes – the singles stars team up together and will need to put in their best performances to beat the title.
Some of the biggest clubs on the scene such as co-scoring Manchester City and current champion Complexity Gaming will be competing to take the club’s badge to new heights and grow the club’s legacy.
The new #FameYourGame logo complements FIFA’s ambition to ensure that all competitive FIFA players have the support they need to establish themselves as world-class stars.
Christian Falk, Director of eFootball and Gaming at FIFA commented: “In the next few days, we will see the most exciting young esports players and talent the world has to offer and take to the stage to create their club’s legacy. The FIFA Club World Cup should be on your watchlist – make sure. Than tuned! ”
For fans eager to watch the competition, all matches up to the knockout stage, from February 24-26, will be available on FIFA.gg. The main feed, to be produced remotely from London, will start at 4.30pm CET on February 26th. Friends who want to watch the action unfold, as if they are in the same room, should check out the newly created ‘Watch Together’ feature from FIFA.
Aspiring commentators are also given the opportunity to participate in this year’s FIFA Club World Cup. Each region is assigned a dedicated comment team to report live matches.
Two other major FIFA 21 tournaments organized by FIFA will take place later this year, including the FIFA World Cup featuring the best individual players and the FIFA Nations Cup hosting the best countries from around the world. Regular updates are available on FIFA.gg and FIFA’s social media channels including Twitter And the Instagram.
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