More ESports World Cup News

The 2024 ESports World Cup is coming soon, and this is going to be a massive event for the world of esports. This has been something that has been in the works for years, and it’s starting to look like it’s going to be even better than advertised.

There is still plenty of work to be done before the 2024 ESports World Cup, and there seem to be some big announcements surrounding the event every single day. Some of the top organizations are working hard to put together the perfect roster, while the ESports World Cup organization is working to make sure everything is set behind the scenes. 

Here is a look at three of the most recent news stories tied to this big event. 

Broadcast Partnership Announced

The Esports World Cup Foundation wants to make sure that fans can access these events from around the world, and it just took a big step towards that goal. A new partnership was announced with DAZN, and this is a sports streaming application that will reach millions. 

DAZN is no stranger to broadcasting some major events, but most of that action has been in real live sporting events. It is known for basketball, boxing, and soccer coverage, but it’s now set to take on the top esports event of all-time. 

DAZN has been looking to get into the esports world, but there just haven’t been many opportunities to get that done. Most esports have their own live broadcasting teams, but the Esports World Cup Foundation was looking to make a major splash. 

While the announcement to partner with DAZN was a big deal on it’s own, it was an even bigger deal to hear that all of the content will be free. There will be so many different esports taking place at this event, and fans will be able to check out free content on a wide range of sports. 

Not all of the action is going to be available on DAZN, but the company will be looking to highlight the top games that are set to take place. 

Cloud9 Continues to Make Noise

Cloud9 is one of the biggest names in the esports industry, and it only makes sense that they are making a big push ahead of the 2024 Esports World Cup. Following a trend that has been set by others in the industry, Cloud9 has announced that they will be competing with the Subliners roster.

This team will now be competing in the Call of Duty tournament at the Esports World Cup, and that’s a sport that this organization has been missing out on. Cloud9 could have went out and signed some free agents, but they decided to take the entire Subliners roster for this sport. 

Not only will this move allow Cloud9 a chance to compete in the Call of Duty tournament, but it can also have a significant impact on the overall numbers. There is big prize money available to the top organization across all sports, and Cloud9 was missing out on this sport until this announcement. 

FIFAe Back in the News

FIFAe is the esports arm of the popular football organization, and it continues to make waves in other esports as well. This company just partnered with Sports Interactive to announce the launching of FIFAe World Cup of Football Manager. 

This is going to coincide with the action at the ESports World Cup as the first version of this event will be held from August 29th-September 1st. With $100,000 on the line, this will be a chance for players to cash in. 

FIFAe has sort of been forgotten in the esports world, but it’s announcements like this that will keep pushing the organization forward.