From February to March 2023, the team competition of this year's eBundesliga season will take place. The format follows the schedule of the real Admiral Bundesliga: eleven rounds will be played (everyone against everyone), with each round consisting of three individual matches. The top six teams will advance to the championship group and compete in the final round for the eBundesliga team competition title in 2023 and a prize money of 5,000 euros.
On March 25, 2023, the grand individual final of the eBundesliga will be held in Vienna. LASK will be represented by five players who can qualify in the online qualification tournament on November 5, 2022, at 11 a.m. The registration deadline for the qualification tournament is two hours before the start of the tournament.
The individual final will be played in the 90s mode. The finalists will compete for a prize money of 10,000 euros and two play-in tickets for the EA Sports FIFA 23 Global Series.
For those who were unable to secure a spot in the grand individual final through the online qualifiers, there will be a second chance in November, December, and January: the eBundesliga Majors will award four spots for the All-Star team!
Furthermore, there will be a separate competition for all young gamers this year. The best FIFA talents in the country, aged between 12 and 16 and therefore not eligible to play in the eBundesliga, can showcase their skills in the Raiffeisen Club-Rookies Cup, just like in previous seasons. They will show the eBundesliga professionals that they will be fierce competitors in the coming years. This competition will also be played in the 95s mode. The qualification dates for the Rookies Cup final start in November. The final will take place as part of the team event on March 27, 2022.
We wish all black-and-white FIFA gamers good luck in this year's eBundesliga season!