British broadcaster BBC announced a partnership with EA SPORTS Which will see the broadcast on its channels of the FIFA 21 Global Series European Regional Qualifiers. European Regional Qualifiers e Qualifiers will be broadcast on BBC iPlayerAs well as on the BBC Sport website and app. The competition will still be shown on EA SPORTS FIFA’s Twitch and YouTube channels. The partnership between the two will begin Third European Regional Qualifiers on Saturday 20 February At 17:00 GMT. BBC iPlayer will provide the Live coverage of every match, And send up to Eight hours of FIFA esports content per day. FIFA 21 Global Series programming will still be available on BBC iPlayer for 30 days after it goes live.
In the past twelve months, The BBC was the most comprehensive when it came to broadcasting esports On their platforms. The English Public Broadcasting Corporation recently aired CS: GO, League of Legends, and Rocket League tournaments with an ever-expanding schedule. Brent Koning, Commissioner for EA SPORTS FIFA Competitive Video GamesHe commented, “We see Competitive FIFA as an extension of our football fans BBC is the perfect partner Because it will allow Millions of UK fans To look at one of the The most popular video game in the country is played at a professional level“.
In addition to, It was announced that the radio would also be broadcasting a playoff European regional 4 n. 5, which should start in March and April respectively, with a view The European qualifiers broadcast at a later time. With the addition of the main FIFA 21 tournament, the Global Series, to its list of esports sports broadcasting on its channels, the BBC has permanently transformed. In the public channel most active from a competitive video game point of view. It will be interesting to see how successful this partnership has been, especially given the ease with which you can transition from watching football to FIFA esports.
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