The biggest tournament of the FIFA 18 competitive season is kicking off in London with 32 of the world's best players.
The grand final of the FIFA eWorld Cup 2018 pits the 32 players who qualified through the previous 'Global Series' against each other to determine the best of the best.
The event takes place of the weekend of August 2 - 4, at the O2 Arena in London, England. The total prize pool of $400,000 will be split amongst the top finishers, with $250,000 for first place.
You can watch all the action on the official eWorld Cup Twitch stream, embedded below, or alternatively on the YouTube Gaming livestream.
During the group stage, each player will compete against every other player in his group over a series of two games. The winner will be decided based on the aggregate score of the two games played during the match.
GROUP A (Xbox One)
GROUP B (Xbox One)
GROUP C (PlayStation 4)
GROUP D (PlayStation 4)
The top four ranked players from each group who have advanced to the knockout stages will begin with the Round of 16.
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