After the conclusion of the IOI Esports FIFA21 Challenge last week, we now have another FIFA21 tournament for Malaysians and this time, it’s for a noble cause. The new tournament, brought to you by EA SPORTS, PARK & Gamesbond, is held in conjunction with the Pass-A-Ball Project in Malaysia.
Called the FIFA21 Community Challenge, it invites FIFA21 players from around the country to compete in a tournament where the prize money doesn’t go into their own pockets, but towards four Kuala Lumpur schools in need.
Starting with the open qualifiers which kick off this weekend (8 November – 5 December), the top four players of each qualifier will be entered into the grand finals weekend (which will be livestreamed on 12-13 December).
During the semi-finals stage, players will be put into teams to represent one of the four schools, and whatever prize money they make will go to the respective schools. Supported by the Ministry Youth and Sports Malaysia and the eSports Association of Kuala Lumpur, we believe that this tournament is a great chance for all FIFA21 players in the country to show off their skills in the game and put their names out there. Money isn’t everything when it comes to competition, right?
Regardless, here’s the prize distribution breakdown:
- Champion: RM5,000
- Runner Up: RM3,000
- 3th-4th: RM2,000/pax
- 5th– 8th: RM1,000/pax
- 9th – 16th: RM500/pax
If you believe you have what it takes and you want to try your hand at making some money for a school in need, head over to the official registration page to sign up! Rules and schedules are also available there.