Electronic Arts announced their largest tournament ever for FIFA with the EA Sports FIFA 18 Global Series on The Road to the FIFA eWorld Cup 2018.

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The competition kicks off November 3 and will culminate in the FIFA eWorld Cup 2018. The worldwide competition has several stages, with each competitor qualifying based on FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) Champions Weekend League online performance as well as at live qualifiers during the year.

The competition starts on November 3. The competition is worldwide and will have numerous stages with each competitor qualifying based on FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) Champions Weekend League online performance as well as at live qualifiers during the year.

The players who want to compete will have the opportunity to represent their favourite clubs through official league competitions or through FUT Champions competitions.

During the qualifying, EA and FIFA will invite the 128 highest-ranked players, 64 from PlayStation 4 and 64 from Xbox One ecosystems, to advance to the playoffs. The top 32 players in the playoffs will advance to the FIFA eWorld Cup, with the number one player from the eWorld Cup becoming the world champion.

Full details are available on the tournament’s official website.