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FIFAe introduces National Team competition featuring Rocket League

In a groundbreaking partnership with Rocket League, FIFAe announced to expand its national team competition to one of the most popular esports titles. This move signifies a major step in FIFA’s commitment to drive the global growth of football esports globally.

The partnership brings the intensity and excitement of the FIFAe nations’ narrative to an electrifying new stage and allows players to fame their game in their nation colours. This inclusion represents a broader engagement with the community and embraces esports beyond traditional football simulations.

Sixteen nations will compete in this exciting new Rocket League competition, with each nation fielding three players and one substitute. The nations are selected based on factors such as player base and previous performances of players from the respective countries. Participating member associations will have the opportunity to host their own qualification tournaments to find the best players to represent their nations and wave their flag on the biggest stage: The first-ever FIFAe World Cup™ featuring Rocket League. Players can sign up via FIFA.GG to find out more information about the qualification in their territory.

Christian Volk, Director eFootball and Gaming at FIFA , emphasized, “The FIFAe World Cup featuring Rocket League marks a new era for FIFAe, providing a groundbreaking platform for FIFA’s member assocations to compete on one of the most relevant esports titles. This milestone partnership highlights our commitment to evolve our football esports ecosystem and continue to build the biggest stages for all communities to fame their game.”

More information about the final event and the participating member associations will be announced at a later stage. To find out more in the meantime, please visit FIFA.GG.