Through a partnership with N8 Esports, EA Sports FIFA has been added to the Esports High Performance Centre.
Providing analysis and coaching support for FIFA esports athletes, the new partnership will help with player development, and lift up the skill of Australian FIFA players.
“Esports is a data rich environment, and competitors and teams should be utilising those data points to enhance performance. In partnership with the Esports High Performance Centre, N8 Esports will use innovative analytical techniques to improve the gameplay of Australia’s best EA SPORTS FIFA esports athletes”, said Nathan Patrick from N8 Esports.
The announcement comes in good time for the August FIFA eWorld Cup, getting the opportunity to play against A-Leagues teams, competing against the likes of Manchester City, PSG, and Roma.
“There are now four competitors who will be representing A-League clubs in front of an audience of millions at the Global Series Playoffs, most of whom will be in the 13 to 35 age bracket. You can’t buy that type of exposure.”
FIFA is quickly becoming a huge part of Australian esports, with support from some of the worlds biggest football teams, and now the professional support from the High Performance Centre, Australia is putting more shots on target than ever before.