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Tuesday Night Football, our online FIFA tournament in which 16 professional FIFA players compete weekly, has been running since 2019.
In just under two years the event has seen over 40 competitive tournaments and has featured top players, including Donovan ‘Tekkz’ Hunt of Fnatic and six-time Tuesday Night Football Champion Chris ‘DidyChrislito’ Holly of New York City FC.
Tuesday Night Football from Futhead and Goal will begin on April 27 at 8pm EST and continue as a regular Tuesday night fixture, each week awarding $1,000 in prize money, with tournaments planned in Europe, North America and South America.
Goal is not new to the competitive FIFA scene, having provided extensive coverage of the FIFA Global Series and eWorld Cup, as well as smaller tournaments including the Sportego eLeague and partnerships with clubs like Manchester City, Ajax and West Ham.
“FIFA is an integral part of how many of our fans enjoy football with more than 10 million coming to Goal for our gaming content alone every month.By working with our partners at Fandom and Futhead we’re able to create a fantastic platform for gamers and football fans”
James Lamon, Goal — Content & Creative
Tuesday Night Football will be broadcast on the Futhead Twitch channel, with additional content distributed across Fandom and Goal, engaging 330 million entertainment fans on Fandom and Goal serving 280m football fans across all platforms globally.
“Over the past year, Fandom has built Tuesday Night Football into a premier destination for competitive FIFA fans and it’s Futhead community. As part of our mission to superserve fans, this partnership with Goal allows us to create unique content and programming with unmatched potential due to our collective reach in both gaming and football.”
Sean Kiely, Fandom — Gaming & Esports
You can catch the world’s top FIFA players competing live on Tuesday Night Football every week over on Futhead’s Twitch channel, see you there!