The brand-new FIFAe Finals will provide the stage to claim unrivalled glory at the single largest event ever hosted in FIFAe history - combining all three pinnacle events in one city. International stardom awaits as three world champions will be crowned after months of highly competitive qualifiers and tournaments across the globe.
The FIFAe Finals will feature the FIFAe World Cup 2022™, FIFAe Club World Cup 2022™ and FIFAe Nations Cup 2022™, crowning the very-best player, club, and nation on EA SPORTS™ FIFA 22. The competitions will be played out over three consecutive weeks at the Bella Arena in Copenhagen:
FIFAe World Cup 2022™ presented by EA SPORTS™ - 14 to 17 July
FIFAe Club World Cup 2022™ presented by EA SPORTS™ - 20 to 23 July
FIFAe Nations Cup 2022™ presented by EA SPORTS™ - 27 to 30 July
This celebration of FIFAe will be held in the Danish capital at the end of the season, becoming the place to witness the best FIFA esports players showcase their skills to the world. By involving the local and global community, fans and players side-by-side will be able to experience the FIFAe culture.
Whilst the entirety of the FIFAe Finals will be broadcast and streamed online, the final day of the FIFAe Nations Cup on 30 July will also be open to the public, providing fans with the chance to celebrate their heroes live in Copenhagen. Fans can buy tickets here and find out more about the event on FIFA.GG/CPH22.
A collective prize pool of USD 1.2 million is up for grabs by the competing players, clubs, and nations at the FIFAe Finals in July, in addition to the prize money during qualification which will and has been distributed throughout the entire season.
“FIFA’s main ambition is to provide the global football and gaming community with the biggest and most prestigious stage to showcase their skills. The FIFAe Finals will become the place for everyone to watch their heroes – or to become one at the pinnacle event of the year. This is the next development of FIFAe and the ultimate setting to create a long-lasting legacy of all participants,” said Adrian Rölli, Head of eFootball at FIFA.
"Together with the Danish Football Association we are beyond excited to welcome the incredibly passionate community on-site at the FIFAe Finals” he added.
A total of 84 countries participate in this year’s FIFAe Nations Series™ – an increase of over 40% compared to last year - with the best 23 nations joining the hosting nation Denmark at the FIFAe Nations Cup. In the FIFAe Club Series™, the best 24 clubs out of over 780 total teams will take centre stage in FIFAe’s biggest prize for organisations - the FIFAe Club World Cup. The best 32 individual players will put themselves to the test to claim ultimate fame at the FIFAe World Cup.
“Esports is very popular in Denmark and in the rest of the world, where it continues to grow and develop. We are both happy and proud that the FIFAe Finals 2022 will take place in Denmark. Hopefully, it will be a fantastic event for both fans and players all over the world,” said Jakob Jensen, CEO of the Danish Football Association.
Those who want to watch from home will be able to do so live on the FIFAe Twitch and Facebook channels as well as on FIFA.GG.
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