In this interview, we spoke to one of the two Brazilian players set to compete in London – Pedro “Ichor Resende7” Resende. The Ichor Gaming star plays on the Xbox One and has been drawn in Group A of the tournament. We spoke to him about his preparation for the event along with the style of play he intends to take into London.
In this interview, we spoke to one of the three UK representatives at the FIFA eWorld Cup. 22-year-old Luke “Crafty” Craft, from Cornwall, will be competing on the Xbox One in Group B alongside the likes of Fouad “Rafsou” Fares, Aldossary “Msdossary7” Mossad and fellow countryman Spencer “Gorilla” Ealing.
Over 20 million FIFA players around the world competed in a series of online and offline tournaments in a bid to book their place at the biggest FIFA 18 tournament of the year. 32 players (16 Xbox One, 16 PS4) qualified via the EA Sports FIFA 18 Global Series Qualifiers in Amsterdam.
The FIFA 18 All Stars Showdown presented by LudusPro and title sponsors Jackpott – the King of all Deals takes place from May to July across six consecutive weeks, culminating in The Grand Finale which takes place on July 15th at the luxurious Lion’s Den resort in Gujarat India.
What has already been an incredibly exciting week in Amsterdam will continue with the PlayStation 4 Global Series Playoff containing a stellar line-up of FIFA players that more than match the talent on show in the Xbox One playoff event.
A cash pool of $251,000 is on offer at the FIFA 18 Global Series Playoffs, but the major prize that every single one of the 64 players wants to win most of all, is a ticket to the FIFA eWorld Cup in August.
A total of 16 professional eSports football clubs have qualified for the tournament and each of these clubs will be represented by two players, with one competing on the PlayStation 4 and the other on the Xbox One.
Have you struggled to keep up with your favourite FIFA eSports players and which club/organisation they represent? Here at The Stats Zone, we’ve drawn up a comprehensive list of football clubs and eSports organisations with FIFA players on their rosters.
The best FIFA 18 competitors that Scandinavia has to offer will be descending on Malmo with the intention of becoming the TropSe Masters champion. Not only is a cash prize along with Global Series Playoff qualification at stake, but also the pride of being able to call yourself the best Nordic player on the FIFA 18 eSports scene.
A mixture of both oversees pros and local talent will descend upon Sao Paulo with victory in their sights. Also competing at the tournament will be players who fell just short of the grand prize back at ESWC Paris. Here's our in-depth preview of the event, including streaming information and players to watch.
The format of the Australian E-League grand final is that of two single elimination tournaments on both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The ten clubs competing will be represented by one player on each console with the winners of each tournament...
The FIFA eWorld Cup is the biggest online gaming tournament in the world with millions of players participating in the hope of making it to the coveted Grand Finals. Naturally, the qualification process is a long and difficult road with a number of different routes...
A plethora of top FIFA players will be on show this weekend but only one can walk away with the grand prize. The field is hugely exciting as you could make a case for a large number of players as to why they are the favourites to take home the trophy.
The format of ESWC FIFA 18 Paris consists of two separate tournaments taking place on two different consoles. 32 players who successfully qualified online for one of the two competitions will arrive in Paris, with 16 competing in each tournament.