Esports event organizer BLAST just entered FIFA 22 esports by ensuring ownership over the production of the 2021/2022 ePremier League.
ePremier League 2022
This news also comes with the reveal of a brand new online format for the ePremier League 2022. This event will have no entry barriers whatsoever, making it so that any FIFA fans can register into a series of online open qualification events. It spans over three months, from November to January. Furthermore, it is available on both Playstation 5 as well as Xbox Series X and S.
There will be representation for all twenty Premier League clubs. In March, the live broadcast of the ePremier League Grand Final will allow fans to enjoy FIFA 22 esports. The best two players from every platform will battle each other for pieces of the £100 thousand prize pool. In addition, they will also provide their favourite club with new silverware.
Over the years, BLAST has probably secured its place among the best esports organizers of the industry. From Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to Dota 2, fans have praised its dedication to providing a good broadcasting experience, which has often made the difference.
“We’re thrilled to team up with the world’s most renowned football league, and help them create, develop and deliver this season’s ePremier League.” said BLAST’s MD of Development Leo Matlock. “We’re excited at the prospect of engaging with fans from all 20 clubs as they compete to represent their favourite team at the live Grand Finals.”.
Written by Charles Fuster
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