• After three days, 12 teams can still hope to win all six titles at stake
  • Astralis, Blue United and Complexity Gaming are still in the race
  • Six finals will take place over two days, February 27-28

The names of the finalists in each of the six FIFAe Club World Cup ™ regions are now known, after three days of fierce competition. The best clubs in EA SPORTS FIFA 21 are now on the verge of success. A success this weekend would allow them to write their name in gold letters in the history of the competition. The tournament format gives pride of place to teamwork. Indeed, the two representatives of each team will have to unite their talents to achieve victory.

The most competitive FIFAe Club World Cup to date brought together 480 teams in the early stages of qualifying. At the end of a ruthless selection process, they were down to 42 at the start of the week. At this time, there are only two teams left per region.

The weekend program

Saturday February 27

Zone 1 (Oceania), 10:00 am CET: Atlantide Wave – Dire Wolves

Zone 3 (Africa and Middle East), 2:00 p.m. CET: 25eSports – Tuwaiq eSports Club

Zone 5 (South America), 6:00 p.m. CET: ELS Torneios Online – Team FW BR

Sunday February 28

Zone 2 (Asie), 10h00 CET : Blue United eFC – WICKED ESPORTS

Zone 4 (Europe), 14h00 CET : Astralis – Mkers

Zone 6 (North America), 6:00 p.m. CET: Complexity Gaming – New York City esports

All matches will be broadcast live and streamed on FIFA digital channels, including FIFA.gg. The results will be published on FIFA.gg.

The various finals will take place throughout the weekend. The first day will feature Zone 1 (Oceania), Zone 3 (Africa and Middle East) and Zone 5 (South America). On Sunday, it will be the turn of the finalists from Zone 2 (Asia), Zone 4 (Europe) and Zone 6 (North America) to take the stage. FIFAe fans can log on to FIFA.gg from 10:00 am CET on February 27-28 to follow all matches.

They also have the opportunity to find the latest information about the tournament on FIFA.gg or on FIFAe accounts on social networks, in particular on Twitter and Instagram.

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