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FC Pro World Championship: Groups Revealed

The FC Pro World Championship is just around the corner, and the group stages have been announced! The world’s best EA FC players will battle it out from July 11-13 at the Uber Eats Music Hall in Berlin, Germany, for their share of the $1 million prize pool.

The competition kicks off with a group stage where each of the 32 players is placed in one of eight groups. They will compete in a GSL format, with the top two players from each group advancing to the knockout stage. The knockout stage will be a single-elimination tournament, where only the best will go forward.

Group Stage Breakdown

32 elite competitors will battle it out for the ultimate glory, with 8 of them still to be decided following the Play-Ins. Here’s a quick look at how the players have been grouped by the organizers:

Group A

  • Anders Vejrgang
  • Nachos Abella
  • GuiBarros
  • Ekmenn94

Group B

  • Ezecorrea1802
  • Hezers
  • Nicolas99fc
  • Yuval

Group C

  • PHzin
  • Jafonso
  • Virgil
  • isopowerr

Group D

  • Mark11
  • K1john
  • Montaxer
  • xcharifx

Group E

  • Levi de Weerd
  • Matias Bonanno
  • NathanSR22
  • Andreas

Group F

  • Abu Makkah
  • Tekkz
  • Maxkoelemaij
  • Dome

Group G

  • Neerven
  • Manuel Bachoore
  • LevyFinn
  • Buzzinho

Group H

  • Emre Yilmaz
  • Fouma
  • Jonny
  • Charanjot

Play-Ins: The Last Chance

Before the main event, the Play-In tournament on July 10 will determine the final eight spots in the championship. Twenty top-ranked players from various FC Pro Leagues will compete in this last-chance qualifier. Here are the groups for the Play-Ins:

Group A

  • Brandsha
  • Jorjewin
  • JP Sleator
  • Dome
  • xcharifx

Group B

  • Kossu72
  • Domasas
  • Ekmenn94
  • Buzzinho
  • GuilleM_14

Group C

  • Andreas
  • isopowerr
  • ivanilsonlpvm
  • Rxshiid
  • SebastianCedeno

Group D

  • Charanjot
  • A7madals
  • seron
  • YuvalBeli
  • Adefola

The player that tops the group qualifies automatically, while the second and third will go through to a winner-takes-all qualification match.

Fans can catch all the action live by purchasing tickets here. If you can’t make it to Berlin, don’t worry! The entire tournament will be streamed on the EA SPORTS FC PRO YouTube and Twitch channels.

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