Start your summer by winning money on ‘FIFA’ and ‘Fortnite

Ever felt you were the best at ‘FIFA’ among your mates?

The An Post Money Legion Esports Summer Series is looking for players to put their skills to the test – and win money in the process.

Following on from the Spring series, the Summer Series promises to be bigger and bolder than ever.

The Summer Series largely follows the same rules as the Spring series, with a few twists thrown in for good measure.

The format of the tournaments will remain largely the same, with weekly competitions for ‘Fortnite’, as well as a Challenger Cup and Pro Cup series for ‘FIFA’.

The Spring Series saw some big winners, with players competing for a prize pool of €5,000, so register now to guarantee your shot at it.

‘Fortnite’ tournament gives you the chance to win big

The introduction of a “no-build” mode in ‘Fortnite’ has opened up new possibilities for the game at a tournament level, so veterans of ‘Apex Legends’, ‘PUBG’, and ‘Warzone’ will feel right at home in the high-octane action of ‘Fortnite’.

The matches will take place every Thursday evening in Duo’s Battle Royale format. So grab your best ‘Fortnite’ partner and drop out of that Battle Bus!

With a total prize pool of €2,200 over six weeks of the tournament and a Grand Final, you’ll have plenty of chances to win cash prizes with your duo partner. 

Weekly players will also be awarded Series Points for a chance to qualify for the €1,000 Prize Pool Grand Finals.

The “no-build” mode has blown the Summer Series wide open

Players will also be awarded Series Points for your chance to qualify for the finals.

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It’s a whole new ball game and only the sharpest shooting duo will rise to the top with this tournament going for a “no-build” mode. 

Go for goal with these ‘FIFA’ tournaments

Over on the ‘FIFA’ side, The An Post Money Mate Legion Esports FIFA Challenger Cup will follow largely the same format as before.

xLorenzo15 came out on top in the FIFA Pro Cup in spring, but as the world of football shows us every week, there’s always a new victor in waiting.

With title races in full swing across the major European leagues, the action is heating up on the virtual pitch too.

Weekly qualifiers take place every Monday at 6pm, starting on the 25th of April, with weekly finals live every Tuesday.

All of the action in the weekly finals will be streamed live on Twitch starting at 6.30pm with the first match at 7pm.

The weekly prize pot is €100 + Series Points for the Grand Finals, with the overall prize pool for the Challenger cup sitting at a cool €1,100.

‘FIFA’ players who know their Messi’s from their Harry Maguire’s can register at the link here.

The rules for the An Post Money Mate FIFA Challenger Cup

For the cream of the crop, the FIFA Pro Cup has returned, with some serious money on offer.

This series is for the best of the best and as such is restricted to only those with competitive servers.

If you want to up your game and learn from the best, be sure to tune in to the streams starting after the weekly Challenger Cup matches every Tuesday.

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This series follows a similar format as the Challenger Cup, with qualifying matches every Monday.

The weekly prize pot for the Pro Cup is €175, and the Grand Finals pot is €775, meaning players together have a chance at a total of €1,800 – register here!