FIFA eWorld Cup global fan base is increasing by the day. As the 2019 FIFA eWorld Cup finals take place from August 2 to 4, the world governing body for football will stream the match action live on its social media platforms.
Last year’s FIFA eWorld Cup had achieved a record global audience, generating more than 29 million views across online platforms during the three-day event.
This year eight teams in four groups will battle for the top honours at The O2 in London.
For the first time, the FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final will be broadcast in six languages – English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese and Arabic.
As 32 of the world’s leading competitive FIFA players compete for global glory, fans can watch all the action unfold at The O2 in London from via a number of streaming services – including the FIFA.com!
Fans can catch the LIVE action of the August 2-4 event on the following platfroms: