Here's a complete list of all games that are part of Esports World Cup

The Esports World Cup is just a few months away, and now we have all the titles that will be a part of one of the biggest multi-series esports tournaments, let us check them out.

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The Esports World Cup (EWC) was announced back in 2023 as part of the Middle East’s push into esports. The revelation was made by the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the New Global Sports Conference in Riyadh.

Since the announcement, the EWC has been adding games that will be part of this multi-series event, featuring some of the most popular esports titles across several genres. “When we started working on the Esports World Cup and announced it last fall, we promised to bring the community all the best games,” said Ralf Reichert, CEO of the Esports World Cup Foundation.

The EWC will be featuring 19 games and thousands of gamers this summer. From FPS to Simracing, there will be games across different genres.

Here's a list of all the games that will be part of one of the biggest esports events -

  • PUBG Mobile - Battle Royale
  • Free Fire - Battle Royale
  • Fortnite - Battle Royale
  • Rocket League - Vehicular Soccer
  • StarCraft II - RealTime Strategy
  • Teamfight Tactics - Auto Battler Strategy
  • Mobile Legends: Bang Bang - MOBA
  • League of Legends - MOBA
  • Dota 2 - MOBA
  • Counter-Strike 2 - Tactical FPS
  • Overwatch 2 - FPS Hero Shooter
  • Honor of Kings - MOBA
  • PUBG - Battle Royale
  • Apex Legends - Battle Royale
  • EA SPORTS FC - Sports Video Game
  • Street Fighter 6 - Fighting Game
  • Tekken 8 - Fighting Game
  • RENNSPORT - Simracing

Dates for all the events are yet to be revealed. As for qualification criteria, teams can qualify through multiple professional circuit tournaments, regional qualifiers and global rankings. Alternatively, teams and organizations can receive a direct invite to the tournament.

Esports World Cup Club Program

There is also an Esports World Cup Club Program, the goal here is to support the esports industry financially. A total of 28 organizations (22 invites and 6 qualifiers) will receive financial aid for their operations. These organizations will also compete among each other across all events to secure the highest points and further secure part of the prize pool that is yet to be announced.

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