The second round of qualifying for the FIFAe Club World Cup has concluded while clear favourites begin to emerge.
There are six qualifying zones which are divided into conferences. These conferences are then split into divisions 1-3.
The top two teams in each conference at the end of the qualifying rounds will qualify for the FIFAe Club World Cup on February 24-28. Additionally, the two best teams in the Consistency Rankings at that time will also qualify.
With a larger number of teams taking part, Zone 4 will be organising additional play-offs to decide FIFAe Club World Cup qualification.
Only two weeks of qualifying remain with Zone 1’s matches kicking off next Thursday.
FIFAe Club World Cup qualifying results after Week 2
Japanese squad, Blue United eFC secured first place in Zone 2 after losing just one game in the first qualifying week. They have a total of 300 consistency points.
Zone 3 saw Saudi Arabians, Tuwaiq eSports Club, lose to 25eSports in the final of week two but they took first place in the consistency rankings with 540 points.
With a total of 14 conferences, Zone 4 had a lot of action with some interesting storylines. Ellevens and VFL Bochum are joint top of the consistency rankings in Conference 1 with 500 points.
Fnatic are on top in Conference 2 with a dangerous roster of Tekkz and Harry whilst RBLZ Gaming come second in Conference 3 but top the consistency rankings.
Team Vitality top the rankings in Conference 4 and Team Gullit sit on the maximum of 600 points in Conference 5.
Another team on maximum consistency points is NEO who have been dominant throughout. Only two other teams, HexoN eSports and Burnley FC have the maximum number of consistency points.
The complete set of qualifying results so far are available on the fifa.gg website.
With only two weeks of qualifying left, we will soon find out who qualifies for this year’s FIFAe Club World Cup.
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