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ESL Asia PlayStation League finals to be held in Malaysia this week

The final winner will get a chance to play in the FIFA eWorld Cup qualifiers

Santanu Basu 8 May 2018, 4:43 PM
ESL Asia Playstation League grand finals offer $10,000 in the prize pool

ESL Asia Playstation League grand finals offer $10,000 in the prize pool Image: PlayStation

ESL Asia PlayStation League is one of the biggest FIFA 18 tournaments conducted by PlayStation. This year, the winner will get a chance to qualify for the FIFA eWorld cup (formerly known as FIFA Interactive World Cup).

The qualifiers were open for players from Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea. In the end, four representatives from Hong Kong, one from South Korea, one from Singapore, one from Indonesia and lastly, one from hometown Malaysia qualified for the finals.

The finals will take place in Battle Arena gaming lounge, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The total prize money will be $10,000 (approx Rs 6,70,000) for the winners. Luqman Fenrir Haziq, aged 21, is the favourite to win the tournament as he will have the support of his home crowd. He had qualified for FIFA eWorld cup regional qualifiers and even played at the event in Barcelona held in February.

The FIFA eWorld cup offers a total prize money of $200,000 (Rs 1.3 crore). The top 32 FIFA players from across the globe via many online and offline qualifiers will be chosen for the main event. The main tournament will take place on FIFA Ultimate Team mode.

Schedule

May 13, ESL Asia Play Station League Finals

12:00 - 13:00 Quarter Final #1 (BO3)

13:10 - 14:10 Quarter Final #2 (BO3)

14:20 - 15:20 Quarter Final #3 (BO3)

15:30 - 16:30 Quarter Final #4 (BO3)

16:40 - 17:40 Semi Final #1 (BO3)

17:50 - 18:50 Semi Final #2 (BO3)

19:00 - 20:40 Grand Final (BO5)

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