Rocket League And eFootball at The European Games Esports Championship in Poland

Rocket League And eFootball at The European Games Esports Championship in Poland

The Global Esports Federation (GEF) and the European Olympic Committee (EOC) have announced the two titles that esports athletes from around Europe will be competing in at the European Games Esports Championship (EGEC): eFootball 2023 and Rocket League. The competition will be held between the 30th of June and the 2nd of July at the International Congress Center in Katowice, Poland.

The esports athletes will compete in parallel with the 7,000 athletes representing 48 countries at the third edition of the European Games in Kraków and the Małopolska region of Poland. The EGEC will add a whole new dimension of competition and entertainment to this grand sporting fiesta.

The tournament will feature an open category as well as a women’s division for eFootball 2023, while Rocket League will just feature an open category.

In addition to the tournaments, the GEF has announced the GEFestival and the GEFcon. The GEFestival will be a B2C event focusing on video games, music and entertainment, while GEFcon is conceived as a conference of thought leaders and idea creators in business, esports and technology.

In conjunction with the inaugural edition of the International Olympic Committee’s Olympic Esports Week in Singapore, the European Games Esports Championships will also showcase the crossover between esports and traditional sports entities.

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