- FIFA 19 Global Series Playoffs in Berlin confirms final 16 qualification spots
- Music activities and an early version of FIFA 20 on-site in London at the final
- FIFA eWorld Cup™ 2019 takes place at The O2 on 2-4 August. Tickets via fifa.com/fewc
After months of excitement, upsets, drama and countless surprises on the EA SPORTS FIFA 19 Global Series, the final line-up and participants for the FIFA eWorld Cup 2019 have been confirmed after the conclusion of the final round of the FIFA 19 Global Series Playoffs in Berlin.
Nicolas 'Nicolas99fc' Villalba established his No1 ranking spot in spectacular fashion after a stunning performance at the playoffs by being crowned FIFA 19 Global Series PlayStation Playoffs champion.
Following the conclusion of FIFA 19 Global Series, Villalba will be one of the 32 top EA SPORTS FIFA 19 players in the world who have qualified and will go head-to-head at the FIFA eWorld Cup, which returns to The O2 in London on 2-4 August.
Featuring competitors from England, Spain, Germany, France, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Brazil and other countries across the globe, the top players in the world will battle it out to become the FIFA eWorld Cup champion and win a life-changing USD 250,000 in prize money, along with a trip to The Best FIFA Football Awards™.
The FIFA eWorld Cup 2019 will be broadcasted in six languages including English, German, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese and Portuguese. The livestream will also be available on FIFA’s and EA’s digital platforms such as YouTube and FIFA.com and linear rights has been placed in over 50 territories.
FIFA eWorld Cup – Group Draw
Group A - Xbox
- Donovan 'Tekkz' Hunt (ENG) - Seed #1
- Michael 'MegaBit' Bittner (GER) - #4
- Tom 'Stokes' Stokes (ENG) - #5
- Pedro 'Resende' Resende (BRA) - #8
- Dani 'Dani' Hagebeuk (NED)- #9
- Javier 'Janoz' Munoz (COL) - #12
- Tassal 'Tass' Rushan (ENG) - #13
- Ebio 'Ébinho' Da Costa Filho (BRA) - #16
Group B - Xbox
- Mosaad 'Msdossary' Aldossary (KSA) - Seed #2
- Lucas 'DaXe’ Cuillerier (FRA) - #3
- Niklas 'NRaseck’ Raseck (GER) - #6
- Nawid 'GoalMachine' Norzai (CAN) - #7
- Dylan 'DullenMIKE' Neuhausen (GER) - #10
- Marcus 'MarcusGomes’ Gomes (AUS) - #11
- Fouad 'Rafsou’ Fares (FRA) - #14
- Kilian 'Zidane10’ Pita Ossario (ESP) - #15
Group C - PlayStation
- Nicolas “nicolas99fc” Villalba (ARG) – Seed #1
- Lev “LevVinken” Vinken (NED) - #4
- Mohammed “MoAuba” Harkous (GER) - #5
- Diogo “tuga810” Pombo (POR) - #8
- Fatih “Üstün” Üstün (DEN) - #9
- Victor “Tore” Dos Santos Coelho (BRA) - #12
- Erhan “DrErhano” Kayman (GER) - #13
- Marko “Marko” Brijeski (AUS) - #16
Group D - PlayStation
- Corentin “MaestroSquad” Thuillier (FRA) - #2
- Stefano “Pinna97” Pinna (BEL) - #3
- Joksan “Joksan” Redona (USA) - #6
- Chris “Didychrislito” Holly (USA) - #7
- Flavio “Fifilza” Brito (BRA) - #10
- Gonçalo “RastaArtur” Pinto (POR) - #11
- Henrique “Zezinho” Lempke (BRA) - #14
- Tim “TheStrxngeR” Katnawatos (GER) - 15
Exciting on-site activities on the final day
Visitors of the broadcasted event will have the chance to experience several on-site activities on 4 August. Fans will get the opportunity to play an early version of EA SPORTS FIFA 20 on site and discover up and coming music talents, who will be determined via a public contest beforehand, at The O2 Arena.
Regular tickets will provide access for 4 August, including the two semi-finals as well as the final, while premium tickets will additionally offer exclusive access to the after-show party on 4 August and preferred seating.