UltimoGG Series gives FIFA and Rocket League competitors a new shot

By Steven Rondina


Dec 2, 2021

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European FIFA and Rocket League esports hopefuls have a great chance to make a splash in each game, and earn some cash at the same time.

Registration for the UltimoGG Series is now open on Challenger Mode. The events represent an excellent opportunity to kickstart a burgeoning career in FIFA and Rocket League esports, as top performers will compete against each other with a shot at a pair of sweet prize pools.

Both competitions are free to enter, meaning there’s no risk here for anyone that feels as though they have a serious shot at winning, or even those who just want to feel the heat of the competition. Players will need to bring their A-game though, because that competition is sure to be fierce.

The UltimoGG Series Rocket League tournament is for three-on-three play with the tournament playing out in a double-elimination format. The first qualifier will see teams confirmed on Saturday, December 4, and is followed by check-in and action later that day. Players who miss out on the first set of qualifiers will have another shot on December 11. 

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The top four teams from both qualifiers advance to the playoffs, which kicks off on December 18. Competing teams will have the chance to take home the lion’s share of a £4,000 prize pool.

UltimoGG Series’ FIFA 22 tournament is largely the same, but features one-on-one matches. Confirmation is on Sunday, December 5 but competition begins shortly thereafter. Another block of qualifiers begins on December 12.

The top eight teams from each set of qualifiers advance on to the playoffs which take place on December 17. The event features a £1,000 prize pool.

The Rocket League tournament has 256 spots open for teams, which require three players each. The FIFA 22 event has 512 spots open for individuals.

UltimoGG Series’ FIFA 22 and Rocket League tournaments are great opportunities for up-and-coming talent to get their name out there, or for hotshots to play in a serious setting for a cash prize. More information can be found on the events’ Challenger Mode pages.