- Watch the FIFA eWorld Cup LIVE on 2-4 August
- Broadcast to come in six languages for the first time
- Our social channels will keep you updated before, during and after
Last year’s FIFA eWorld Cup™ achieved a record global audience, generating more than 29 million views across online platforms during the three-day event.
For the first time, this year’s Grand Final will be broadcast in none other than six languages: English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese and Arabic.
As 32 of the world’s leading competitive FIFA players compete for global glory, you can watch all the action unfold at The O2 in London from 2-4 August via a number of streaming services – including right here on FIFA.com!
Where to watch
Competitive FIFA’s premier event deserves expert analysis, talented commentators that perfectly capture the moment and leading hosts to help set the scene – so, naturally, we have you covered!
As with the FIFA eClub World Cup and FIFA eNations Cup, Spencer Owen – aka ‘SpencerFC’ – will be bringing his vast FIFA knowledge as host alongside respected Sky Sports presenters Adam Smith and Emma Paton. Meanwhile, Mike La Belle will be providing valuable insight as the resident analyst.
Commentary will be brought to you by familiar voices on the scene: Mark ‘Onset’ Hatcher and Dan Gaskin are back in the hot-seat alongside competitive FIFA favourites Richard Buckley and Brandon Smith.
In addition, USA-born reporter Änna West will be bringing you exclusive access with players before and during the tournament, including on the FIFA eWorld Cup Twitter channel, and getting reaction from players throughout the event.
Follow the build-up
Before the action gets under way on 2-4 August at The O2 in London, you can follow all the build-up on FIFA.com and our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram social channels. Join in on the conversation using #FIFAeWorldCup.