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eFIBA Season 2: India to participate for the first time
61 nations will be competing in FIBA's official NBA 2K24 tournament, and India is placed in the 'South East Asia' pool alongside Indonesia, Mongolia, Philippines and Singapore.
MIES (Switzerland) - Beginning October 3, National Federations across seven regional areas will battle it out in the Pro-Am game mode to secure a spot in the first-ever in-person eFIBA World Finals at DreamHack Winter and a share of the €50,000 prize pool.
61 countries in the fray
61 nations will be participating in the second season of eFIBA, FIBA's official NBA 2K24 tournament.
eFIBA Season 2 is more than doubling its participating federations and expanding its competition schedule. The event includes online Regional Qualifiers from October 3 to November 2 and Regional Finals from November 7 to 9 across South East Asia, Oceania, Middle East, Africa, North America, South America, and Europe.
The winning nation from each Regional Final and the top two from Europe will secure a spot in the eFIBA Season 2 World Finals 2023, taking place live at the immersive gaming lifestyle festival, DreamHack Winter, from November 25-26 in Elmia, Jonkoping, Sweden.
India in ‘South East Asia’ pool
India is placed alongside Indonesia, Mongolia, Philippines and Singapore.
The eFIBA Season 2 schedule for South East Asia will be:
October 12: Qualifiers Stage 1
November 2: Qualifiers Stage 2
November 7: Finals
How to watch?
Commencing October 3, the Regional Qualifiers and Regional Finals of eFIBA Season 2, as well as the eFIBA World Finals, will be streamed on Tuesdays and Thursdays on eFIBA's Twitch and YouTube channels and on FIBA’s Twitch and YouTube channels.
Those looking to experience the action live can look forward to attending DreamHack Winter, as tickets to the festival also grant access to the international NBA 2K24 competition. More information about the ticket types and prices can be found on the official DreamHack Winter website.
eFIBA, a subsidiary of FIBA (International Basketball Federation), is the official organizer of NBA 2K competitions for national teams. Together with the ESL FACEIT Group (EFG), the leading esports and video game entertainment company, eFIBA hosts a variety of annual tournaments, including the Continental Finals and World Finals, to bring teams of national federations onto the virtual court. It serves as a premier destination for basketball and esports fans, offering an exciting fusion of both worlds. Bringing together NBA 2K players and fans from all corners of the world, eFIBA provides an innovative platform for showcasing skills and passion for the game. For more further information about eFIBA, visit the official channels on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
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