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FIFA's Global Series kicks off this weekend in Bucharest

64 players are heading to Romania.

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FIFA 19's esports scene all revolves around the Global Series competition, and this kicks off this weekend in Bucharest, Romania from November 30 to December 2, where 64 players will face off for 1,600 Global Series Points, bumping them up in the rankings.

Joksan Redona, winner of the first Licensed Qualifier Event of the year, will be competing against the likes of young talent Donovan 'F2Tekkz' Hunt and Nicolas 'Nicolas99FC' Villalba. EA has even been kind enough to provide us with their very own list of players to watch.

The broadcast also sees the return of Jimmy Conrad and Spencer 'Spencer FC' Owen, helped by the likes of Richard Buckley, Brandon Smith, Joe Miller, Rachel Stringer, Kyle Walker, Mike LaBelle, and Ivan 'Boras Legend' Lapanje.

The stream starts at 12:00 CET (11:00 GMT) and you can watch the competition right here. Who will win?


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