This Wednesday, the 21st, the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) will host the finals of the e-Brasileirão OPEN 2022, a competition open to the public of the main eFootball tournament in Brazil. With live broadcast on CBF TV, the competitors face each other from the quarter finals of the competition, in Rio de Janeiro.
The initial stage of the championship brought together participants from all over the country, representing the teams that compete in the two main divisions of the Brazilian Championship. As the disputes progressed, only six teams from Series A and two from Series B remained: Avaí, Bahia, Ceará, Coritiba, Flamengo, Fluminense, Guarani and São Paulo.
This year, the champion of the e-Brasileirão Open 2022 will receive a total prize pool of BRL 25,000, in addition to the trophy. The second place will pocket a prize of R$ 5 thousand. Of the eight participants still in the fight for the title, only Thiago Avaré, who represents São Paulo, has already won an edition of the e-Brasileirão.
The representatives of the finalist clubs guaranteed themselves in the face-to-face stage after overcoming the competitors of the other teams in the previous stages. According to the CBF website, the quarter-final matches will be held in a round-trip system.
It is worth remembering that the competition had two categories this year. Initially, the e-Brasileirão PRO was held at the GamePlay Arena in Rock in Rio. The competition received professional players in teams assembled by the clubs and had Athletico Paranaense de Henrykinho, Eduardinho and Abdalla as great champions.
The e-Brasileirão OPEN, in turn, is the traditional version of eFootball, which is now in its seventh edition. Open to all fans, the championship brings together the champions of each licensed eFootball team.
Table of the final phase of the e-Brasileirão OPEN 2022!
- São Paulo x Flamengo (J1)
- Bahia vs Guarani (J2)
- Ceará x Coritiba (J3)
- Avai x Fluminense (J4)
Participants of the e-Brasileirão OPEN 2022
- Avai Eduardinho
- Bahia: Franja
- Ceará: João Victor
- Coritiba: Rudy Lucas
- Flamengo: Alan Leal
- Fluminense: Jonathan Higa
- Guarani: Allan Campos
- São Paulo: Thiago Avaré