The first major competitive event of the season kicks off in Bucharest, Romania as 64 FIFA 19 competitors converge in Eastern Europe for the first of six FUT Champions Cups presented by PS4. The three day competition will begin on Friday, November 30 through December 2 with players looking earn up to 1,500 Global Series Points and a portion of the $200,000 USD prize pool. Ultimately, one player will prevail and lift the first FUT Champions Cup title while earning the $50,000 USD top prize.
After competing in an online qualifier tournament in October, Doolsta was named to the competition roster earlier this month, earning one of the 32 spots for PlayStation 4.
Good to see our guy @doolsta adjusting to the time change in #Bucharest earlier!— Philadelphia Union (@PhilaUnion) November 29, 2018
The Union gamer is competing in the first #FIFA19 Global Series event of the year this weekend against some of the best in the world ➡️ https://t.co/qwgoDWSw2Y#FIFAeWorldCup | @mls | @EASPORTSFIFA pic.twitter.com/Ytiq9q6ysR
Spencer “Spencer FC” Owen and Jimmy Conrad are back to spearhead the broadcast from Bucharest. Joining them to call all of the action live will be Richard Buckley, Brandon Smith and Joe Miller. The broadcast team will be rounded up by Rachel Stringer, Kyle Walker and FIFA professional competitors Mike LaBelle and Ivan “Boras Legend” Lapanje.
Catch all the FUT Champions Cup November action from Bucharest on the EA SPORTS Twitch Channel, YouTube Channel, Facebook Page and Twitter starting on Friday, November 30 at 12:00 pm CET. Check out the full tournament schedule.
Make sure to subscribe to the EA SPORTS FIFA YouTube Channel, Twitch Channel, Twitter, and Facebook so you don't miss any of the action live from Bucharest. You can also check out the full schedule, including dates and times. And follow the @EAFIFAesports Twitter account for the latest competitive FIFA 19 content, news, and event coverage.