Milan Club Montreal is excited to announce the “Play For the Future” Cup, a FIFA 21 esports tournament fundraiser in benefit of Fondazione Milan.
The online charity gaming event is scheduled to start February 26 and run through March 28. It will bring together 64 players representing international Milan Clubs and some media outlets. The goal is to unite the international Milan fan community while supporting a great cause. “Play for the Future” is a Fondazione Milan project that supports the most fragile and marginalized kids.
This charity tournament is not affiliated with or sponsored by Electronic Arts Inc. or its licensors
Tournament Overview and Rules
Platform: Sony Playstation PS4.
Format: 64 Team knockout bracket tournament played over two legs. Winner advances on aggregate, no away goals rule. In the event of a draw after two matches, a third match is played with golden goal.
Half Length: 6 Minutes.
Squad Type: Online (Custom Squads are not allowed ), Milan vs Milan.
Prizes for the participants
Winner: The winner of the tournament will get a signed EA FIFA 21 Shield of Sandro Tonali, and play against esports professional Diego “QLASH Crazy” Campagnani in a future showcase match. Diego ranked #1 in FIFA 20 Global Series.
Runner-up: Milan home replica kit, personalized.
Third place: Fondazione Milan hoodie.
The remaining participants will be entered into a draw to win some raffle prizes.
Participation in this tournament is limited to international Milan Clubs and Media. Participants must be a member in good standing with their respective Milan Club/Media Outlet and approved by their administration to represent them.
Since this is a charity event, participants are required to make a minimum donation of 25 euros by clicking on this link: https://donate.fondazionemilan.org/playforthefuture/
Once the donation is made, participants will receive a link to complete the registration process. If you would like to donate a prize or have any enquiries, please send an email to: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org.