This Friday and Saturday, the best FIFA 17 players from all corners of the globe will meet in Berlin as they vie to be crowned the best FIFA player in the world and win a piece of the $400,000 cash prize. Over six million players competed in the FIFA FUT Champions Weekend League since the launch of FIFA 17, to secure one of the 192 live qualifications for the Season 1 and Season 2 Regional Finals. After six regional events, the top 32 remain in the final showdown, and will go to battle in an event that promises to be action packed.
In addition to being able to follow along with every goal and upset throughout the entire event on YouTube, Twitch and Facebook, the final match promises to be the most watched event in the tournament’s history. The finals will be broadcast across top sports networks around the world including ESPN, BT Sport, Movistar, MTG, SPORT1, bringing competitive FIFA to more than 70 countries and millions of living rooms around the world.
To learn more about the tournament format, prize pool and more head to the FIFA Ultimate Team Championship Series website.
Be sure to tune-in and see who is named the best FIFA player in the world and below is a list of where to watch (listed in local time per region).
BT Sport (available in UK and Republic of Ireland): BT Sport ESPN, sport.bt.com and the BT Sport app – The FIFA Ultimate Team Championship Final will air live on May 20 at 5 pm GMT (available in UK and Republic of Ireland).
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/easportsfifa/ – Live stream starts on May 19 at 11 am BST; starts on May 20 at 10 am BST)
Twitch – www.twitch.tv/EASPORTSFIFA – Live stream starts on May 19 at 11 am BST; starts on May 20 at 10 am BST)
YouTube – www.youtube.com/EASPORTS – Live stream starts on May 19 at 11 am BST; starts on May 20 at 10 am BST)
EA.com – www.FUTChampions.com/LIVE – Live stream starts on May 19 at 11 am BST; starts on May 20 at 10 am BST)