Organized by the European Esports Federation (EEF) and supported by the International Esports Federation (IESF), this year’s eFootball 2023 European Championship featured 26 of the best players from 26 countries competing in virtual stadiums for the eFootball 2023 trophy. The prize pool was 10,000 Euro.
eFootball 2023, held at the Bemax Arena in Podgorica, Montenegro, players from 26 countries competed against each other for the top prize of $5,000. This year, Serbia came out on top, where Marko Roksic beat Muchahit Sevimli from Turkey with a score of 3:1.
David Garevski of North Macedonia and Orel Daniel, representing Israel, both finished with a bronze each.
Boban Totovski, General Secretary of IESF, said: «Congratulations to all the players who participated in the eFootball 2023 European Championship. The level of competition was outstanding, and all of the players put on an excellent performance. Congratulations to Marko Roksic for winning and bringing the title to Serbia. We are very excited to welcome him to Bali later this year for the World Esports Championships Finals and see what will happen there.»
The organization’s next regional qualifier will be the PUBG European Championship on September 18, followed a few days later by DOTA 2 on September 23-25.
The winner of each title will qualify for the World Esports Championships to be held in Bali, Indonesia, December 1-12.
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