Kwesé Gamer has revealed that fans of EA Sports’ FIFA football franchise will be able to view the upcoming 2017 FIFA Interactive World Cup via live stream.
Held in the Central Hall Westminster in London, the grand finals of the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2017 will take place on 18 August 2017, and Kwesé Gamer will be providing the official visuals on its Facebook page and the Kwesé Gamer website.
Following on from the group stages on 16 August and the Quarterfinals and Semi-finals the next day, the grand finals on the 18th will start at 17:30 and will continue until 19:30 (CAT) and will see 32 qualified players compete on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for the chance to become the official world champion of FIFA 17.
The winner and ultimate champion of the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2017 will definitely not walk away empty-handed, as the prize includes $200 000 and a trip for two people to the next FIFA Best Awards.
The second-placed player will get a cheque for $40 000, 3rd and 4th place is $5 000, 5th to 8th place will get $2 500 and 9th to 16th place will walk away with $1 000.
“The cash prize is massive, but every FIWC champion really wants one thing – to meet their football idols! At our new annual football award ceremony, our FIWC champion will get to pose for photos with the brightest stars in football, share a few words on tactics with top coaches and even play exhibition matches against football icons,” FIFA explained on the official FIFA Interactive World Cup 2017 website.
To watch the live stream directly from London on 18 August, viewers can tune into Kwesé Gamer’s Facebook page and the Kwesé Gamer’s website.
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