eFootball.Open WORLD FINALS TO BE BROADCAST THIS SUNDAY, FULL DETAILS ANNOUNCED
Football’s most accessible esports competition, powered by eFootball PES 2020, will conclude its inaugural season on August 2nd
Konami Digital Entertainment B.V. has today announced full details for the upcoming eFootball.Open World Finals, which will be broadcast Sunday 2nd August from 10:00 UTC.
Event: eFootball.Open World Finals
Date: Sunday 2nd August 2020
Time: 10:00 – 15:00 UTC
eFootball.Open is an esports tournament open to all players across the world, competing exclusively in online 1v1 matches on eFootball PES 2020. Now, ahead of the World Finals, 27 players remain from each region – Europe, Asia and Americas.
While the World Finals were originally planned to be held as an offline event to crown a single World Champion, the global pandemic required the format to change. Now, finalists will compete online against others on servers hosted on their respective platforms (PS4, Xbox One and PC), with prize money available for all depending on their performance, up to $15,000 (USD).
Prize information, per person, is as follows:
|Position||PS4||Xbox One||Steam (PC)|
During the open registration period between December 2019 and February 2020, players selected from one of 10 clubs, mirroring the competitors of eFootball.Pro, which they have competed with throughout the duration of the tournament so far. To create football’s most accessible esports competition, eFootball.Open divided players into “Basic”, “Intermediate” and “Expert” levels, with matches taking place every two weeks via the in-game Matchday mode. Players were divided into these categories depending on their rating in the Online Divisions.
Only players at the highest “Expert” level had the opportunity to progress to the Regional Finals, and then on to the World Finals. These are players who, based on their performance, can earn prize money and attention of the world’s top football clubs as they scout for their future eFootball stars.
All participants in the eFootball.Open World Finals are listed below:
|Yazid Dragon 88||Asia||Juventus||XB1|
|Manquito||Americas||FC Schalke 04||PC|
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