FIFA esports fans will have the opportunity to represent their country on the highest platform and battle against competitors from all around the world, thanks to the Football Association.
The GFA will hold the first-ever National qualifying event for the FIFA Nations Series (dubbed the MA eTrophy) to find the greatest gamers to represent the country.
The FIFA PlayStation console can be used to play the domestic competition in a 1v1 or 2v2 style. PlayStation 4 owners can play the game on their consoles using the PS4 version of the game
The FIFA Nations SeriesTM begins at home, with each country picking its best players through selection processes like domestic tournaments to compete in the FIFA Nations Online Qualifiers, where they vie for one of the 24 slots at the FIFA Nations CupTM.
South America, North and Central America, Asia and Oceania, the Middle East and Africa, and Europe are the five zones that make up the world.
The nations compete in FIFA Nations Online Qualifiers in their respective zones, beginning with a Group Stage and progressing to a Knockout stage
Following the qualification events, each country selects three players to represent them in a unique 2v2 format.
Each zone has a set number of qualifying berths for the FIFA Nations CupTM. The search for the best national team in competitive FIFA comes to a thrilling conclusion in one of the year’s most anticipated events when one nation will be crowned FIFANations Cup 2022TM Champions.
The MA eTrophy, which will be held this year by the Ghana Football Association in collaboration with the FIFA Team, will kick off the process
The Ghana Associations will host and conduct national qualification competitions, known as the GFA eTrophy, to choose the best players for the Ghana national squad.
Several national qualifier events may host the GFA eTrophy competition. The top player(s) who win the GFA eTrophy’s final event will be automatically nominated for the Ghana Football Association’s national squad to compete in the FIFA Nations SeriesTM.
In the following days, the Association will provide Ghanaian video gamers with further information about the GFA eTrophy tournament.