As one of the top three post-season events for competitive FIFA, the FIFAe World Cup features the best FIFA players competing for global dominance. This year’s iteration looks to improve and build over previous versions of the tournament. Moreover, we’ve gathered everything you need to know in our FIFAe World Cup betting and tournament preview!
FIFAe World Cup – Top Esports Betting Sites
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FIFAe World Cup General Overview
|Format||Group Stage, Siingle Elimination|
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How To Bet On The FIFAe World Cup
If you are interested in FIFAe World Cup betting, then the good news is that as one of the premier tournaments of the FIFA season, you will usually find an extensive range of markets available on the tournament from all the top betting sites.
The range of FIFAe World Cup bets ranges from backing the player you think will win either the PlayStation or Xbox tournament, as well as betting on which player will win the tournament overall.
You can also place bets on a number of pre-match and In Play betting markets with the top providers, which allows you to bet on games while they are in action. Better sites will offer a greater range of different FIFAe World Cup bets for you to enjoy on the tournament as a whole, as well as the individual games.
FIFAe World Cup Format and Schedule
As the final event of the 2023 FIFA Global Series, the FIFAeWorld Cup is a culmination of a year of competition. Seeding for this event are the top 24 players from the FGS Playoffs.
Similar to previous years, the format includes a Group Stage and Single Elimination. At the time of writing, the Groups for the 24 players are yet to be determined. Last year, the top 4 players from each group advanced to the Knockout Stage.
Once in the Knockout Stage, a single elimination will determine the final stage of the competition.
FIFAe World Cup List of Players
Here are the 24 competing players according to their placement at the FIFA 23 Global Series:
|1st-16th||BerkayLion, Montaxer, EmreYilmaz, Jonny, Tekkz, Stringray, damesheet, nicolas99fc, Razvan Puiu, Stokes, PHzin, MikeJ, Vejrgang, Mark11, Leks, Manuel|
|17-24th||YuvalBeli, Paulo Neto, tuga810, Obrun2002, Darkley, K1John, DFernandes, AboMakkah|
FIFAe World Cup Past Editions
The FIFAe World Cup has been held every year, bar 2007 and 2020, since 2004 at a variety of venues. The winner’s and runner’s up for each tournament, along with the venue are listed below:
FIFAe World Cup List of Winners Since 2014
|2004||Zurich||Thiago Carrico de Azevedo (Brazil)||Matija Biljeskovic (United States)|
|2005||London||Chris Bullard (England)||Gábor Mokos (Hungary)|
|2006||Amsterdam||Andries Smit (Netherlands)||Wolfgang Meier (Austria)|
|2008||Berlin||Alfonso Ramos (Spain)||Michael Ribeiro (United States)|
|2009||Barcelona||Bruce Grannec (France)||Ruben Morales Zerecero (Mexico)|
|2010||Barcelona||Nenad Stojkovic (United States)||Ayhan Altundag (Germany)|
|2011||Los Angeles||Francisco Cruz (Portugal)||Javier Munoz (Colombia)|
|2012||Dubai||Alfonso Ramos (Spain)||Bruce Grannec (France)|
|2013||Madrid||Bruce Grannec (France)||Andrei Torres Vivero (Mexico)|
|2014||Rio de Janeiro||August Rosenmeier (Denmark)||David Bytheway (England)
|2015||Munich||Abdulaziz Alshehri (Saudi Arabia)||Julien Dassonville (France)
|2016||New York||Mohamad Al-Bacha (Denmark)||Sean Allen (England)
|2017||London||Spencer Ealing (England)||Kai Wollin (Germany)
|2018||London||Mosaad Aldossary (Saudi Arabia)||Stefano Pinna (Belgium)
|2019||London||Mohammed Harkous (Germany)||Mosaad Aldossary (Saudi Arabia)
|2022||Copenhagen||Umut Gultekin (German)||Nicolas Villalba (Argentina)|
Alfonso Ramos (Spain) and Bruce Grannec (France) are the only players to have won the tournament twice. Grannec also has one runners up performance to his name.
Where To Watch The FIFAe World Cup Live
If you are interested in watching the action in the FIFAe World Cup live, then there are some great options available to you. Perhaps the easiest is the official FIFAe World Cup channel on Twitch.tv, which will have full coverage of all the games in the tournament.
You can also tune in on the official FIFA Facebook and YouTube Channels.
It is also worth noting that a number of terrestrial and TV channels from around the world are also starting to show live action from the top FIFAe tournaments. Sky Sports in the UK, for example, have shown a number of tournaments live on their channels in the past and it is likely they and other channels all over the world will continue to do so in the future.
However, if you are interested in FIFAe World Cup betting alongside viewing the games, then live streams are very much your best option.
The FIFAe World Cup returns later this year and for many FIFA fans, it cannot come soon enough!