The EA SPORTS FIFA 19 Global Series consists of 19 tournaments, where players can earn FIFA 19 Global Series points, in a build up to the FIFA eWorld Cup. Check out all the details below…
The FIFA eWorld Cup is the pinnacle of the FIFA 19 Global Series, where the best 32 players compete to be champion and win $250,000. The qualification for this tournament is based on the top 32 players on the FIFA 19 Global Series ranking points.
Each month from November to December, there is a FUT Champions Cup with the winner receiving $50,000. The first three winners of this year's series are F2Tekkz (Nov), MSdossary (Dec) and Dullen Mike (Jan). The February FUT Champions Cup is set for February 22-24, 2019.
Each event that will be listed below offers prize money and EA SPORTS FIFA 19 Global Series Points. The two biggest tournaments are the FUT Champions Cup and the FIFA Majors which are the FIFA eClub World Cup and the FIFA eNations Cup. These events have 1,500 points up for grabs for the winner.
The first FIFA Major of the FIFA 19 Global Series is set for February 9, 2019 - the FIFA eWorld Cup. With the popularity of esports growing, prize money could also be set to increase. Check out all the EA SPORTS FIFA 19 Global Series tournaments below…
EA SPORTS FIFA 19 Global Series Structure
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