The Spanish Federation of Players and Esports (FEJUVES) has kicked off the national qualifiers that are looking for the Spanish representatives for the World Cup Esports 2023. The International Esports Federation (IESF) is organizing the international finals in the city this year IasiRomania.
All players are eligible for the classification and must meet a series of requirements, including being at least 16 years old and of Spanish nationality. There are four games competing: eFootball, CSGO (both male and female), PUBG mobile And teck 7.
Last year we were well represented at the World Cups held in Bali (Indonesia). The team csgo male reached the round of 16 of the competition and Jose Carlos Sanchez finished in the top 5 of the eFootball tournament.
The classification is divided into two phases. both will be onlinealthough the final phase will be officially aired stream. The first includes eFootball and CSGO, while PUBG Mobile and Tekken 7 are completed from start to finish in the second phase.
These are the dates:
- February 25: eFootball
- March 4: CSGO Men
- March 5: Women’s CSGO
- March 11: eFootball
- March 18: Tekken 7 and PUBG Mobile
- March 25: CSGO (Men’s and Women’s)
Last year, the Esports World Cup was more than divided $500,000 in prizes and it is one of the most important country competitions. The 15th Esports World Cup will take place from August 24 to September 4. Registration can be done on the official website.
The secretary of FEJUVES, Nacho Chamorrotells his impressions after the arrival of a new season: “As always when the national qualifiers arrive, we are excited because it offers a great opportunity for all of us who share the passion for playing video games. It is an open format, which is in favor of mass participation and that helps to make the sector visible and professional National competitions are growing and it is important to give continuity to the project, in addition to knowing that in many cases these are unique experiences for players and is one of the objectives just that, to contribute the maximum value to the player”.
Source: Esports AS
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