- FIFA Ultimate Team Champions Cups - These mass entry tournaments kickoff first through the popular FUT Champions online mode with the top competitors qualifying for two major live tournaments - held in January and April.
- FIFA eClub World Cup - An all-star tournament pitting world-class EA SPORTS FIFA 18 competitors signed to pro teams against one another.
- Licensed Qualifying Competitions - Notable third-party competitive gaming organizations and brands will host marquee events offering qualifying spots for the EA SPORTS FIFA 18 Global Series Playoffs. Our third-party qualifying tournaments will offer three times the competitive opportunity for our players to compete year-over-year.
- Official League Partner Qualifying Competitions - Competitors can represent their favorite real-life club through official league competitions and specific details on how leagues will be involved to be available soon.
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