Four Australian FIFA 18 players will compete for a ticket to the Global Series Playoffs tonight

Brodie Fogg 11 May 2018 NEWS

They will also be competing for a share in a 15K prize pool and a chance to compete in the FIFA eWorld Cup 2018.

Tonight, Gfinity Esports Australia is hosting the FIFA 18 Global Series Qualifier where four Australians will go head-to-head for a chance at nabbing a share in a 15K prize pool and the honour of competing in the EA SPORTS FIFA 18 Global Series Playoffs.

Back in April, Marcus Gomes, Joel Andruszkiewicz, Rick Tran and Joshua Wood stormed through a series of online cups, levelling the competition and securing their spot on an all expenses paid trip to the UK where tonight's qualifier takes place.

With Gomes and Andruszkiewicz competing on Xbox One, and Tran and Wood duking it out on PlayStation 4, tonight's results will determine which two players take home a share of the AUD$15,000 prize and move on to compete in the Global Series Playoffs.

Best of luck to them!

You can catch the entire stream via GfinityAU's Twitch channel, which we've embedded below for your convenience.


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