LPL Pro is proud to bring you the FIFA 19 New Zealand Football National Championship – an official FIFA eNations Cup qualifier tournament.
In association with New Zealand Football, we invite Kiwi players to show us their FIFA 19 skills on PS4 & Xbox! The best EA Sports FIFA 19 gamers in the country will be given the opportunity to represent New Zealand on the global stage when the inaugural FIFA eNations Cup is held in April 2019.
To be in the running, register now for the open qualifier tournament over on CyberGamer. The four best performers from this qualifier (two on Xbox One and two on PlayStation 4) will then qualify for the national championship, to be held at LPL Studios inside Auckland’s iconic Sky Tower on March 26th 2019.
Two national winners, one on each console, will then be flown overseas all expenses paid to London to compete as New Zealand against their counterparts from 15 other nations.
Open Qualifier Registration:
Open qualifier sign-ups are currently OPEN
Registration opens: Friday 8th March
Registration closes: Friday 15th March 2019 at 5PM NZDT.
For more info and to register, please visit: CyberGamer.com
Online Qualifiers (PS4): Saturday 16th March 2019
Online Qualifiers (Xbox): Sunday 17th March 2019
LAN Finals in Auckland: Tuesday 26th March 2019
(Broadcasted LIVE on Twitch & SKY Sport)
Players must register at CyberGamer to qualify for the FIFA 19 New Zealand Football National Championship. Players must also meet the eligibility requirements below:
- Be able to travel to Auckland, New Zealand for our LAN finals the week of Monday 25th March 2019.
- Have a valid New Zealand passport at the point of registration. A residency in New Zealand is not mandatory.
- Be at least 16 years of age at the point of registration. If under 18, players must have obtained their parent’s or guardian’s consent to participate.
- Have a valid CyberGamer (https://www.cybergamer.com/) account.
- Only register and participate in either the PS4 or Xbox bracket. Players are not allowed to register and/or participate in both brackets.
Failure to comply with the above will result in disqualification. In the event of disqualification after the online qualifiers, the Top 2 position will go to the next available player in order of placement.
Tournament Ruleset (Updated 11th March 2019)
Player Agreement will be made available to the top four participants.
All tournament information is subject to change without notice at LPL and New Zealand Football’s discretion.
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