Blue United eFC, Mkers and Complexity Gaming complete elite group of the world’s best FIFA esports clubs

Das WM-Halbfinale live im Ersten und in der ARD Mediathek
Das WM-Halbfinale live im Ersten und in der ARD Mediathek. Copyright: Mandoga Media

A historic final day at the FIFAe Club World Cup™ saw the world’s best EA SPORTS FIFA 21 clubs from around the world crowned with Blue United eFC, Mkers and Complexity Gaming joining yesterday’s winners.

This means that all six FIFAe Club World Cup zone winners have now been confirmed after a world-class competition that started with 480 teams in the qualification rounds.

The elite group of the six FIFAe Club World Cup zone winners have earned ultimate glory and can name themselves the best FIFA esports club in their respective regions:

Zone 1 (Oceania): Dire Wolves – Dylan Campbell (Australia) & Joshua King (New Zealand)
Zone 2 (Asia): Blue United eFC – Sho Nakashima (Japan) & Shota Sato (Japan)
Zone 3 (Africa & Middle East): 25eSports – Abdulaziz Alsabyani (Saudi Arabia) & Ziad Alghamdi (Saudi Arabia)
Zone 4 (Europe): Mkers – Daniele Paolucci (Italy) & Oliver Uttgren (Sweden)
Zone 5 (South America): ELS Torneios Online – Paul Henrique Chaves (Brazil) & Matheus Henrique (Brazil)
Zone 6 (North America): Complexity Gaming – Max Popov (United States) & Joksan Redona (United States)
On the final day of the competition Blue United eFC and WICKED ESPORTS battled it out to be named Zone 2 (Asia) winner, before Astralis and Mkers Zone 4 (Europe) took centre stage to see who would be named Europe’s best team.

The final fixture of the tournament then saw Complexity Gaming and New York City Esports from Zone 6 fight it out for the North American crown before the curtain closed on the first major FIFAe tournament of 2021. The title was the second title in two years for Complexity Gaming, who also claimed the global title at last year’s FIFAe Club World Cup in Milan, Italy.

“Today’s finals showcased what this competition is all about – passion, teamwork and players creating club legacies on the world’s biggest stage of competitive FIFA! On behalf of everyone at FIFA, I congratulate all six winners who showed extraordinary skills individually but also as a team,” said Christian Volk, Director of eFootball and Gaming at FIFA.

All eyes are now on the FIFAe World Cup™ featuring the best individual players and the FIFAe Nations Cup™ which creates a stage for the best nations from all around the world. These events are scheduled to take place later this year.

Fans of FIFAe can catch up on all the latest news throughout the year via and the FIFAe social media channels including Twitter and Instagram.