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Monday arrives after a weekend in which the main teams and players of the Esportia ecosystem have reached their goals.

Let’s start with Barça eSports and their performance in the RLCS (Rocket League Championship Series) against a direct rival in the standings: Reciprocity. The “culés” won fair and square by 3-1, maintaining the 4th position and with Deevo being nominated MVP of this round.
As for the PES players, the eFootball.Pro competition took a break this week.

The Espanyol Rocket League team had a pause this week too from the RLRS after their double round with double victory last week.
Cone played the Futchampions Cup V phase II in which he lost on the losers bracket, after winning the first round in the penalties (4-4) against Jablett. He then lost in the penalties to Serhatinho, falling to the losers bracket where he didn’t resist JOlivera10yt.
The good news is Cone is back to the eCopa and he is going straight to the finals as his last opponent, Berard88, was disqualified by the organization for not having residence in Spain, which is one of the requirements to participate in the competition.

rom Getafe’s side eltito managed to be one of the finalists from the Group 4 (Madrid, Castilla-La Mancha and Castilla y León) of the RFEF PS4 eCopa. The “azulón” will now play the eCopa finals this weekend in Madrid. This means that two teams managed by Esportia, Espanyol (Xbox) and Getafe (PS4), have players in the final of the eCopa, organized by the Spanish Football Federation.

The 8 finalists of the eCopa (4 from PS4 and f4 from Xbox) will fight alongside the 24 best ranked FIFA player for 2 spots in the Spanish Fifa20 national team.


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Next week the ESPORTS BAR will take place, held in the coastal city of Cannes, France. But we can think about… what is ESPORTS BAR about?
ESPORTS BAR Cannes is the global business event on esports, in which top executives and leaders of non-endemic brands come together to shape the future of esports.

For three days, ESPORTS BAR Cannes offers an exclusive face-to-face matchmaking service that carefully blends the leaders of the esports industry (along with a Forum scheduled to last the three days of the event), offering advice and perspectives on how to invest and develop business expertise in this industry.

As a company belonging to the sector (with extensive experience in the management of traditional sports entities in the world of sports), Esportia will be present at an event of such size and importance.

Our vision for the event will be to expand our network and put our name on the international sports scene as one of the leading agencies in the industry.Likewise, our mission will be to share our experience in designing, planning and executing customized strategies for the development of new business paths. In this way we demonstrate our work philosophy, as well as helping new emerging companies in the sports sector to create new communities among the young public, fostering new and powerful links. Thus becoming the bridge of entry to the vast ecosystem of sports.

Konami unveils the Pro Evolution Soccer open competition

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The new Konami Pro Evolution Soccer 2020 eSports tournament will start next December. The main novelty is that this new competition will be open to everyone, which will cause the possible emergence of new talent to the competitive ecosystem.

The players will be divided into three levels; beginner, intermedhiate and expert, depending on the result obtained in Online Divisions. Only those who participate in the expert level will have the possibility of reaching the Regional and World Finals.

The calendar for the competition will begin in November with the ranked online registration from December to February. The online finals will be held between February and March, while the regional finals will be played in May and the world finals in July.


This tournament is combined with the existing one of, in which in the previous edition professional players participated defending the colours of real football clubs. Among them AS Monaco (current champion), Celtic FC, FC Schalke 04 and FC Barcelona, which is managed by Esportia.

Although details have not yet been revealed for the second season, what is certain is that the former 3vs3 world champion Alex Alguacil will defend the Blaugrana shirt again and opt for the title of champion.

The League of Legends World Cup gathers more than 8,000 inside the Palacio Vistalegre

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This weekend the quarter-finals of the League of Legends World Championships have taken place. Eight teams were looking for a spot in the semi-final next weekend. It has been a very popular event with 8,000 tickets sold out in just half an hour inside the Palacio Vistalgre, in Madrid.

Four teams participated for the first time in this final phase of the World Cup. Griffin, FunPlus Phoenix, Damwon Gaming and Splyce. On Saturday they faced Invictus Gaming against Griffin where the teams could not do much against the experienced Invictus Gaming losing 3-1. Later the surprise would come when FunPlus Phoenix got rid of one of the favorites, Fnatic, for the same result, 3-1.

Sunday started with an interesting match between another favorite, SK Telecom 1, which beat another debut team called Splyce 3-1. In the last match of the day, G2 maintained Europe’s hopes by defeating DAMWON Gaming 3-1.

As for the online viewers, the numbers show that League of Legends is still at the very top. More than 4.5 million hours played between live and subsequent viewing, an average of 140,000 viewers during the live shows and a peak of almost 400,000 viewers just at the time when G2 won their match.

The semi-finals will be held next weekend again in Madrid, where Invictus Gaming will face FunPlus Phoenix and SK Telecom 1 versus G2 in what promises to be the match of the day.

Esportia hits the Rocket League DreamHack in Valencia

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FC Barcelona and RCD Espanyol are two of the 32 teams competing in the world championship

The Rocket League Pro Circuit will take place over the weekend of July 6 and 7 within DreamHack. Valencia will be the host city this time around, and the event will attract tens of thousands of visitors, as the Psyonix game’s championship is just one of the many attractions.

FC Barcelona and RCD Espanyol are two of the 32 teams that will vie for the World Championship of Rocket League. Although Cloud9 claimed last year’s title, the two Esportia teams start as great contenders this time around.

The Perico club starts from group D and earned its spot in the Iberian Dreamcup, while Barça will begin competition in the group C in Valencia.

All matches will be played locally, and competition kicks off July 5 from 12:45 PM. The groups will compete simultaneously. The Grand Finals will be streamed on the official Rocket League Twitch channel and will start Sunday the 7th at 18:45.

Esportia Heads to New Jersey for the Rocket League World Finals

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FC Barcelona was one of the 12 teams competing for the prestigious title

The Rocket League World Finals took place June 21 and 23 at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, with a prize pool of over $500,000. In the face-to-face culmination of its seventh competitive season, Rocket League saw teams from four different regions vie for the title; Europe, Oceania, North America, and South America.

The competition format placed the teams into four groups during the first phase. Only the top two teams from each group could move on to the playoffs.

This was the international debut for FC Barcelona, managed by Esportia. The squad consisted of Deevo, Bluey, and Alpha54. The team opened the competition, facing the Renegades of Oceania.

NRG Esports, PSG Esports, INTZ Esports, G2 Esports, Renault Vitality, GZG, Rogue, Cloud 9, Triple Trouble, and Lowkey Esports also fielded teams. After two days of competition, FC Barcelona qualified for the playoffs bracket but lost to Cloud 9 in the quarterfinals. Renault Vitality ultimately claimed the title.

RCD Espanyol and FC Barcelona compete in the first derby in the history of esports

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The RCDE Stadium event served as a preview of the last day of ESL Masters Rocket League

Yesterday at noon FC Barcelona eSports and RCD Espanyol eSports put on the first intra-city competition between two Barcelona teams in the history of esports.

Marketing Director for Espanyol, Agusti Filomeno, opened the event highlighting his teams’ commitment to esports, before underscoring the values it generates, amongst which he emphasized, “teamwork, humility, persistence, training, and trust.”

Multiple media outlets were on hand to watch the Rocket League exhibition match with Samuel “Zamue” Cortes representing Espanyol, and Adrian “ByMateos” Mateos for Barca. The single 1v1 match, a different format than will be seen in the ESL Masters, saw the Andalusian player for the Parakeet Club taking the game 6-4.

The competition was followed by a quick photoshoot and an exchange of a declaration of friendship between the clubs. The event served as a preview of the unprecedented match that will take place Thursday at 20:15.

The ESL showdown will mark the end of the regular season of the ESL Masters. The two teams, both managed by Esportia, head into the competition with differing prospects since Barca is already assured a playoff spot after their double victory a few weeks ago. However, the Blue and Whites still need to earn their spot in the top four despite currently holding third place.


DreamHack Dallas Reinvents Itself for yet Another Year

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The largest LAN party in the world will take place between May 31st and June 2nd

Digital art, exhibitions, activities, conferences and a long list of esports come together for a new edition of DreamHack. This time around Dallas will host the event for three days which will see the celebration of the largest LAN party in the world. From Friday, May 31st to Sunday, June 2nd, gamers around the globe will be focused on DreamHack Dallas 2019,

A long line of esports will be played at the event; from Rocket league, with an exclusive competition where historic clubs such as FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain will compete, to others like the evergreen CS:GO and Supercell’s Brawl Stars. The best teams in the world will arrive in Dallas, full of ambition, with their eye on the million dollars to be handed out in prize money.

DreamHack is recognized internationally as the largest LAN party in the world. This aging, but not yet dead gamer tradition sees players bring their own computers to the event to play against each other locally. This allows players who would only play online to not only meet in person but compete in an ideal technological environment. After this stop in Dallas, DreamHack moves on to Valencia at the beginning of July.

Qatar looks to create the first Esports World Cup

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This event will take place in Doha, Qatar, within the framework of the 2022 World Cup

Traditional sports and esports often go hand in hand as Esportia has shown on more than one occasion. One of the latest events on the international scene in the field of esports in the announcement of the first World Cup for multiple video games. This event will take place in Doha, Qatar, within the framework of the 2022 World Cup.

This is a project promoted by the Aspire Zone Foundation together with Weva, a Truxtun Capital brand, which will offer 2.3 billion gamers from around the world the opportunity to compete internationally in EA’s FIFA games, Fortnite, League of Legends, and Dota. This is also an opportunity for the teams with which Esportia works, with the aim of taking an even more global leap.

During the next four years, there will be eight annual qualifying tournaments with the participation of players from 128 countries and with the possibility of reaching the final in Doha in a stadium with a capacity for 80,000 people. The prize pool will be about ten million Euros.

Esportia Organizes the First FAF Cup for FIFA 19 and Ends With a Win for Levante

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The online tournament was one of the 25th-anniversary events for the Andorran Football Federation and featured the popular Andorran YouTuber ‘Spursito’

Esportia held the first FAF Cup for FIFA 19 last Saturday. Part of the 25th anniversary of the Andorran Football Federation, the online tournament saw eight top-level esports teams participate, most of them from La Liga. The champion was Levante UD after a tight final against Real Betis. The tournament also featured the participation of popular Andorran YouTuber, Marti ‘Spursito’ Miras.

The FAF entered the world of esports in 2017, partnering with Esportia. They organized a draft with the aim of finding the best players in the area. One of the qualifiers was Adam ‘Wilkshare’ Martin, current representative for FIF 19 and the FAF Cup and nearly reached the finals of this event. Wilkshare played from the headquarters of the Federation in an event also organized by Esportia.

In addition to the FAF itself, Levante UD, Real Betis, Villarreal CF, Getafe CF, Real Sociedad, SD Eibar, and Nastic de Terragona also participated. The FAF Cup was also an opportunity to see the quality of each player in detail since all the matches were played with teams matched to 85.

The tournament featured a prize-pool of 40,000 FIFA Point and during Esportia’s broadcast of the event on Twitch viewers could participate in multiple raffles.