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FIFA Returns To Gaming Partnerships With Rocket League World Cup

FIFA Returns To Gaming Partnerships With Rocket League World Cup

In 2022, FIFA ended its partnership with EA which also led to the shuttering of the FIFA series and the birth of EA Sports FC. The world governing body has now announced a new partnership with Rocket League for a Rocket League World Cup. The announcement was made during the Championship Sunday at the RLCS London Major.

FIFA Returns To Gaming Partnerships With Rocket League World Cup

“The FIFAe World Cup featuring Rocket League marks a new era for FIFAe, providing a groundbreaking platform for FIFA’s member associations to compete on one of the most relevant esports titles,” said Christian Volk, the director of eFootball and Gaming at FIFA.

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“This milestone partnership highlights our commitment to evolve our football esports ecosystem and continue to build the biggest stages for all communities to fame their game.”

According to the announcement by FIFA, sixteen nations will participate in the Rocket League competition. Each of the representative teams from the participating nations will be made up of three players and one substitute.

The nations that will participate in the maiden edition scheduled to be held sometime later this year will be selected “based on the number of representatives from each country in previous Rocket League Majors”.

Member associations that will be participating at the tournament will be allowed to host their own qualification tournaments to pick the best players that will represent their nation in the first-ever FIFAe World Cup featuring Rocket League.

Interested players are encouraged to sign up via for more information about the qualification in their territory. More information about the event and the participating member associations will be announced later.