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The FIFA Ultimate Team Championship Series returns for another action packed season 2 in Vancouver on Friday April 21 and Saturday April 22. Broadcasting live on BT Sport and streaming on Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, and FUTChampions.com, the best FIFA players from the Rest of World and Americas regions will go head to head to fight for their chance to win $20,000 and a shot at advancing to the Championship in Berlin.

Friday April 21

The top 32 FIFA competitors hailing from the Rest of World region will meet as they vie for a ticket to the Ultimate Team Championship in Berlin. Will Season 1 favorite, Joseph “OhNoAGoat” Nassar find redemption after coming up short in the Sydney tournament, or will fellow Australian and seasoned pro Mark “xMarkoHD” Brijeski be victorious?

Saturday April 22

In the Americas region, 32 competitors from North, Central and South America will face each other in another battle for victory. Will Christopher “DidyChrisLito” Holly, newly signed to New York City FC rise as the new Regional Champion? Or will YouTuber, Mike “Hashtag Mike” Labelle of Hashtag United, one of the most experienced competitors in the region prevail?

Tune in to watch the action unfold live, and find out more about the FIFA Ultimate Team Championship Series along with 5 reasons to watch here.


Regional Finals Televised Broadcast

Rest of World Region: BT Sport 3– Saturday 22/04, starting at 1:30pm, repeated on BT Sport 2 on Sunday 23/04 at 12:00am.

Americas Region: BT Sport 3 – Sunday 23/04, starting at 10:30am.

Livestream – Friday April 21 starting at 15:45pm, Saturday April 22 starting at 16:45pm

Twitch – www.twitch.tv/EASPORTSFIFA
YouTube – www.youtube.com/EASPORTS
Facebook – www.facebook.com/EASPORTSFIFA
FUT Champions.com – www.FUTChampions.com/LIVE

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