efootball eFootball.open PES 2020 tournament details surface

After the announcement by Konami of two distinct tournaments in eFootball PES 2020, we’ve finally received the details of the open tournament. The online tournament, in which everyone who owns a copy of the game can participate, kicks off mid-November.

eFootball open tournament details

As mentioned earlier, the eFootball.open competition welcomes anyone in the world to join in. It is second to a more professional format named eFootball.pro that is aimed at professional esports teams in a 3v3 format. The open competition is a 1v1 format.

Konami efootball eFootball.open PES 2020 tournament

The road to get to the World Finals is indeed a long one for those aiming to become the best. Players will register in November of this year with their platform and region and choose a club that they must stick with. The list of clubs will apparently be announced at a later date.

Online qualifiers take place between December and February 2020. Matchday Mode will sort players according to skill level from Basic to Expert. Then top 50 ranked players per each club and region at Expert level will reach the online finals.

For online finals, the top 50 of the Expert ranking of each club will battle it out to reach the Regional Finals in Asia, Americas, and Europe. The World Final, which will take place in July 2020, will see the winners of each club from each region battle it out in a grand finale.

We are yet to see a detailed format of the eFootball.pro competition as Konami has not provided more details on it. You can read up on the complete announcement over at the official Konami website.

What do you think of the format of eFootball.open in PES 2020? Let us know down in the comments below, and as always follow us at Daily Esports for all your latest news in the esports and soccer worlds.

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