One of the world’s most famous cities, London has been a popular tourist destination for many years. With stunning architecture, fascinating historical landmarks and culture that inspires the city’s art, food and music scene, the United Kingdom capital is the perfect setting for the FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final 2018.
London has a long history of hosting high-profile events. Home to one of football’s most famous venues, Wembley Stadium will long be remembered for the 1966 FIFA World Cup™ Final, where England claimed their lone world title to date.
The city has also played host to two previous FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Finals, with English gamers claiming the title on home soil on both occasions. Chris Bullard became world champion when London first hosted the event at The Brewery in 2005. Last year, Spencer ‘GORILLA' Ealing earned England’s second title when he triumphed on the main stage in London’s Central Hall Westminster.
One of the world’s most popular music and entertainment venues will play host to the FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final 2018. The O2 in London will welcome the top 32 FIFA 18 players in the world from 2 to 4 August 2018.