Gfinity became the first electronic sports company to receive a FIFA 18 worldwide license
Today, Britain-based Gfinity, an e-sports company, revealed to Dream Team Gaming FIFA 18 will join the Elite Series in the third quarter of next year.To this end, Gfinity became the first electronic sports company to receive a FIFA 18 worldwide license.
Coming in March 2018, competitive FIFA players will now have the chance to start with one of the elite series of professional teams competing in the Gfinity Challenger Series on January 8th.
The top 40 players at the end of the Challenger's six-week tournament will qualify for the elite draft on February 23. Free registration and open to all.
"Gfinity was the first eSports company to receive the EA SPORTS FIFA 18 Global Series and we are excited to have long-standing relationships with EA.Neville Upton, CEO of Gfinity, said: "The addition of the very popular FIFA 18 to our game lineup adds a very compelling aspect to the Elite lineup.
FIFA 18 is arguably the biggest game in the world - so this is a huge victory for Gfinity, the UK esports company. "FIFA is one of the most needed matches for our teams, players and fans and we will create very compelling matches and content for our community." The Elite Series "is growing rapidly every week and FIFA 18 Joining will only accelerate this growth.
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"The upcoming season for the Challenger Series will be the most competitive event to date as we welcome new pros to compete."FIFA competition game commissioner Brent Koning said: "We are pleased to welcome the Gfinity Elite Series into the EA SPORTS FIFA 18 Global Series.
"As we continue to attract millions of FIFA players to the world and attract millions of viewers from all over the world this year will be truly unique as we see the 2018 FIFA World Cup ™ Elite Series Best result. "Online streaming channels Twitch and YouTube are the largest audiences, though television shows are now aired on traditional television.