Konami Digital has today announced the livestream schedule ahead of the finals of the UEFA eEURO 2020 tournament, played on eFootball PES 2020, which will be held this weekend, Saturday, May 23rd to Sunday, May 24th.
Having battled their way to the tournament finals, 16 nations will be competing to be named as winners of UEFA eEURO 2020. Cash prizes worth a total of €100,000 will be up for grabs, with €40,000 going to the tournament champions.
Matches will be streamed on the officialPES YouTube channel, as some of the world’s greatest eFootball players go head-to-head in CO-OP matches across group and knockout stages:
The stream for the final group matches will start at 13:45 CEST on Saturday, May 23rd, with the first match being broadcast from 14:00 CEST.
The quarterfinals and onwards will be shown on Sunday, May 24th as follows:
- Stream will start at 10:45 CEST
- Quarter-finals will start at 11:00 CEST
- Semi-finals will start at 16:00 CEST
- Grand final will start at 18:15 CEST
In Group A, both Germany and Bosnia and Herzegovina have yet to lose a match on their way to the finals, whilst Romania and Spain have opted for strength in numbers by having the maximum number of players (four) per team in the tournament.
Group B features an eclectic group of players, from an archaeology graduate representing Denmark (GoldboyDk) to a futsal goalkeeper representing Serbia who plays PES professionally for FC Nantes (RoksaCzv22).
In Group C, Montenegro will be hoping that RamovicOAK’s UEFA A License will translate to tactical expertise on the digital pitch. However, Netherlands are in ominous form having won every one of their matches on the way to the finals.
Finally, Group D looks set to be filled with hard-fought matches, with three of the four teams (Greece, France and Israel) undefeated coming into the finals.
Further information about the UEFA eEURO 2020 competition can be found at the following link –
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