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Building upon last season’s success and the significant growth in FIFA competitive gaming popularity, the tournament ecosystem expands as the number of FUT Champions Cups increases from two to six, an all-new Licensed Qualifier System led by leading brands is added, and will involve an anticipated 15 official football league partners vs eight last season such as Bundesliga, Eredivisie, La Liga, Ligue 1, MLS, and the Premier League.

This season also includes the unique FIFA eClub World Cup and two EA Champions Cups featuring the best FIFA Online 4 players in the world, as well as a brand-new competition: the FIFA eNations Cup.



Those who competed in the FIFA 18 Global Series will be familiar with our largest regular season tournaments, the FUT Champions Cups. They’re back this year and there are three times as many! Yes, we will have a FUT Champions Cup every month from November to April for a total of six events. With the largest share of EA SPORTS FIFA 19 Global Series Points up for grabs, you’ll want to make sure you get FUT Champions Verified and qualify for these events. Each of these events will have a minimum of 32 players per platform.



Returning to the FIFA 19 Global Series is the FIFA eClub World Cup, this tournament gathers the top football club and endemic FIFA teams. New in 2019 will be the FIFA eNations Cup. More details about these events will be revealed as we get closer to the tournaments.



In addition to FUT Champions Cups, the FIFA 19 Global Series will offer seven Licensed Qualifying Events that will be of a smaller scale but offering even more chances to play. Similar to FUT Champions Cups, each of these tournaments will have online qualifiers so that eligible players from around the world can earn their spot to compete. Licensed Qualifying Events (LQEs) will range from 16 to 32 players per platform per tournament and will have the same global Qualification system as our FUT Champions Cups.



As in previous years, we’ve partnered up with football leagues from around the world to offer a very unique blend of real world football on the virtual pitch. Official League Partners will include but are not limited to the Bundesliga, Eredivisie, La Liga, Ligue 1, Major League Soccer, and the Premier League. Players competing in these events will receive points as part of the FIFA 19 Global Series.



Sony will run tournaments in countries around the world as part of the FIFA 19 Global Series. These events may have country or region restrictions and will be limited to the PlayStation 4. More details will be revealed by Sony at a later time.



Though FUT Champions will not offer direct qualification to tournaments any longer, it’s still an important part of the competitive calendar! Once you’re both Registered and FUT Champions Verified, you will be able to earn points from every subsequent Weekend League from being FUT Champions Verified between November to April.



The FIFA 19 Global Series Playoffs will be open to the top 60 players on the PlayStation 4 and top 60 players on the Xbox One leaderboards. They will be joined by the top 8 eligible FIFA Online 4 players. This will be the players’ last chance to earn EA SPORTS FIFA 19 Global Series Points that could grant them qualification to the FIFA eWorld Cup 2019. This means that unlike last year, the top 16 players placed in the Playoffs will not have an automatic slot in the eWorld Cup. Your performance throughout the competitive season will play an important part in allowing someone with a strong season to reach the FIFA eWorld Cup with a Top 32 or even Top 64 finish in the leaderboard!



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