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eChampions League 2024: The Ultimate Virtual Futbol Showdown

The 2024 eChampions League (eCL), announced by EA Sports FC Pro, is set to captivate fans of virtual football. This prestigious event brings together top EA Sports FC competitors representing elite European football clubs, vying for the esteemed eChampions League title and a significant prize pool.

Format and Schedule

  • Group Stage (May 11th – 12th in London):
    • 48 players split into 8 groups of 6 players.
    • Round Robin format.
    • Top 3 from each group advance.
    • Winners of each group proceed to the Round of 16.
    • Runner-up and third-placer from each group advance to the Knockout round Play-offs.
  • Knockout Stage (May 18th – 19th in London):
    • Single Elimination bracket.
    • Top 8 players advance.
  • Finals (May 29th in London):
    • Single Elimination Bracket.
    • The biggest eCL Final to-date, hosted live in London.

Prize Pool

A total of $281,000 USD is up for grabs, with the following distribution:

  1. 1st Place: $75,000 (TBD)
  2. 2nd Place: $50,000 (TBD)
  3. 3rd-4th Place: $30,000 each (TBD)


The eChampions League features a mix of invitees and qualifiers from various leagues:

  • UEFA Champions League 2023-24 Quarter-finalists Invite:
    • NKantee
  • Partner Leagues (4 spots per league):
    • ePremier League: Jayden Marley, Matias Tekkz
    • eLigue 1: Dylo, Fouma, Leks, Montaxer
    • eDivisie: EmreYilmaz, LevideWeerd, Manuel PHzin
    • LaLiga: DFernandes, NachoAbella, Neat, nicolas99fc
    • Virtual Bundesliga: Jonny, levyfinn, Marc, ldw23, Umut
    • eSerie A: Danipitbull, HHezerS, Luconegua, Virgil
  • Partner Leagues (2 spots per league):
    • Ekstraklasa: To be determined
  • Partner Leagues (1 spot per league):
    • eLiga Portugal: To be determined
    • e:LIGA: Seron
    • eFirst League: To be determined
    • ELOI: JP Sleator (Malta)
    • ePremier League: brandsha, Orange
    • eLeague: ivanilsonlpvm
    • Esporto A Lyga: Domasas
    • eSüper Kupa: To be determined
    • eFutisliiga: Kossu72
    • ePro League: Ekmenn94
    • eSerien: AndreasAa

The eChampions League promises intense competition, strategic squad building, and thrilling matches as players battle for supremacy on the virtual pitch. Stay tuned for this exciting showdown! 🎮⚽

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Vote for April’s LaLiga Player of the Month now!

Let’s delve into the outstanding performances of the FC 24 La Liga Players of the Month for April 2024. La Liga, Spain’s top-tier football league, consistently showcases remarkable talent, and the Player of the Month award recognizes those who have left an indelible mark on the pitch.

Vinicius Jr (Real Madrid – 89 OVR) 1

One of the league’s best players makes the cut for the La Liga POTM nominees as Real Madrid looks to win the La Liga title for the 36th time in their history. In April, Real Madrid played only two La Liga matches, beating RCD Mallorca and Barcelona respectively. Vinicius Jr. received his nomination for his goal and assist in the 3-2 win in the El Clasico. The Brazilian is the clear favorite for this award, despite winning the March POTM too!

Iago Aspas (Celta Vigo – 85 OVR) 1

Much like the rest of the nominees for this month’s award, there haven’t been many games played in La Liga. However, La Liga veteran Iago Aspas made sure that he put in a great performance to help his team. Celta Vigo dominated Las Palmas 4-1, with Aspas scoring twice and assisting twice, contributing to all four goals within the match. The Spanish striker is yet to win the POTM award this season, however, it would be hard to match his Fantasy FC card from earlier this year!

Youssef En-Nesyri (Sevilla – 82 OVR) 1

One player who has contributed in both of the matches he played in April is Sevilla striker Youssef En-Nesyri. He helped his side secure two wins within the month as they look to salvage a disappointing season in La Liga. The Moroccan scored once in a 2-0 win against Las Palmas and grabbed a goal and an assist in a 2-1 victory over RCD Mallorca. En-Nesyri is yet to receive a special card in FC 24 Ultimate Team.

Isco (Real Betis – 80 OVR) 1

Former Real Madrid star, Isco, has been one of the players of the season in the 23/24 campaign and has even made our La Liga TOTS predictions. Real Betis won both of their April matches, and Isco’s consistent performances have been instrumental in their success. His creativity, vision, and ability to control the midfield make him a strong contender for the April POTM award.

Cast your votes here:

The winning player will be given a boosted POTM card in Ultimate Team and join some big names in the game mode, such as Jude Bellingham, Fede Valverde, and Robert Lewandowski1. As the season progresses, we eagerly await more scintillating displays from these stars and others vying for the coveted Player of the Month title. Stay tuned for updates and brace yourselves for more football magic! ⚽🌟

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EA FC 24: How to vote for Team of the Year

EA FC 24 TOTY: How to vote for Team of the Year

The start of the new year means that the biggest promo in Ultimate Team – Team of the Year – is getting ready to get underway.

As it has done for so many years before, Team of the Year will celebrate the best performers of the last 12 months, allowing fans to vote on what will end up being the highest-rated cards in the game.

This year EA has given us a fair bit of heads up regarding Team of the Year and when we can start voting. Here’s what you need to know.

When does voting start for Team of the Year?

EA has announced that things will get underway on Monday, January 8. Voting will likely get underway at 6pm, but that hasn’t been confirmed yet.

How to vote for EA SPORTS FC Team of the Year

You’ll have to go to the Team of the Year part of the EA SPORTS FC website and start dragging your selections onto the voting card.

  1. Go to the TOTY voting page for EA SPORTS FC
  2. Select the 11 players you want to make it into TOTY
  3. Press save and confirm your vote
EA SPORTS FC TOTY: Team of the Year nominees leaked

Things will be a bit different this year given that both the men’s and women’s games are represented in Ulitmate Team.

Here are the leaked nominees so far:

Men’s Goalkeepers
  • Alisson – Liverpool
  • Ederson – Manchester City
  • Brice Samba – RC Lens
  • Gregor Kobel – Borussia Dortmund
  • Wojciech Szczesny – Juventus
  • Mike Maignan – AC Milan
  • Jan Oblak – Atletico Madrid
  • Marc-Andre Ter Stegen – FC Barcelona
Women’s Goalkeepers
  • Christiane Endler – Olympique Lyonnais
  • Mary Earps – Manchester United
  • Merle Frohms – VfL Wolfsburg
  • Chiamaka Nnadozie – Paris FC
  • Jane Campbell – Houston Dash
Men’s Defenders
  • William Saliba – Arsenal
  • Trent Alexander-Arnold – Liverpool
  • Virgil van Dijk – Liverpool
  • Ruben Dias – Manchester City
  • John Stones – Manchester City
  • Dante – OGC Nice
  • Marquinhos – Paris Saint-Germain
  • Kim Min Jae – Bayern Munich
  • Mats Hummels – Borussia Dortmund
  • Lucas Martinez Quarta – Fiorentina
  • Alessandro Bastoni – Inter Milan
  • Bremer – Juventus
  • Theo Hernandez – AC Milan
  • Giovanni Di Lorenzo – Napoli
  • Nicolas Otamendi – Benfica
  • Jules Kounde – FC Barcelona
  • Jesus Navas – Sevilla
  • Gaya – Valencia
Women’s Defenders
  • Wendie Renard – Olympique Lyonnais
  • Mapi Leon – FC Barcelona
  • Irene Paredes – FC Barcelona
  • Sakina Karchaoui – Paris Saint-Germain
  • Fridolina Rolfo – FC Barcelona
  • Katie McCabe – Arsenal
  • Millie Bright – Chelsea
  • Selma Bacha – Olypmique Lyonnais
  • Ona Batlle – FC Barcelona
  • Amanda Ilestedt – Arsenal
  • Ellie Carpenter – Olympique Lyonnais
  • Glodis Perla Viggosdottir – Bayern Munich
  • Niamh Charles – Chelsea
  • Naomi Girma – San Diego Wave FC
  • Olga Carmona – Real Madrid
  • Jenna Nighswonger – NJ/NY Gotham FC
Men’s Midfielders
  • Martin Odegaard – Arsenal
  • Declan Rice – Arsenal
  • Kaoru Mitoma – Brighton and Hove Albion
  • Bernardo Silva – Manchester City
  • Kevin De Bruyne – Manchester City
  • Rodri – Manchester City
  • Bruno Guimaraes – Newcastle United
  • Jarrod Bowen – West Ham United
  • Alexandr Golovin – AS Monaco
  • Florian Wirtz – Bayer Leverkusen
  • Granit Xhaka – Bayer Leverkusen
  • Jamal Musiala – Bayern Munich
  • Leroy Sane – Bayern Munich
  • Julian Brandt – Borussia Dortmund
  • Vincenzo Grifo – SC Frieburg
  • Nicolo Barella – Inter Milan
  • Federico Chiesa – Juventus
  • Adrien Rabiot – Juventus
  • Riyad Mahrez – Al Ahli
  • Sergej Milinkovic-Savic – Al Hilal
  • Pedri – FC Barcelona
  • Ilkay Gundogan – FC Barcelona
  • Aleix Garcia – Girona FC
  • Jude Bellingham – Real Madrid
  • Toni Kroos – Real Madrid
  • Luka Modric – Real Madrid
  • Aurelien Tchouameni – Real Madrid
  • Federico Valverde – Real Madrid
Women’s Midfielders
  • Alexia Putellas – FC Barcelona
  • Aitana Bonmati – FC Barcelona
  • Patri Guijarro – FC Barcelona
  • Debinha – Kansas City Current
  • Lena Oberdorf – VfL Wolfsburg
  • Grace Geyoro – Paris Saint-Germain
  • Keira Walsh – FC Barcelona
  • Clara Mateo – Paris FC
  • Caroline Weir – Real Madrid
  • Georgia Stanway – Bayern Munich
  • Leicy Santos – Atletico Madrid
  • Frida Maanum – Arsenal
  • Gaetane Thiney – Paris FC
  • Janima Minge – SC Frieburg
  • Kerolin Nicoli – North Carolina Courgage
  • Estafania Banini – Atletico Madrid
  • Barbara Dunst – Eintracht Frankfurt
  • Sam Coffey – Portland Thorns
Men’s Attackers
  • Bukayo Saka – Arsenal
  • Mohamed Salah – Liverpool
  • Jack Grealish – Manchester City
  • Erling Haaland – Manchester City
  • Heung Min Son – Tottenham Hotspur
  • Jonathan Clauss – Olympique de Marseille
  • Ousmane Dembele – Paris Saint-Germain
  • Lee Kang In – Paris Saint-Germain
  • Kylian Mbappe – Paris Saint-Germain
  • Randal Kolo Muani – Paris Saint-Germain
  • Jeremie Frimpong – Bayer Leverkusen
  • Grimaldo – Bayer Leverkusen
  • Harry Kane – Bayern Munich
  • Lois Openda – RB Leipzig
  • Serhou Guirassy – VfB Stuttgart
  • Federico Dimarco – Inter Milan
  • Lautaro Martinez – Inter Milan
  • Rafael Leao – AC Milan
  • Khvicha Kvaratskhelia – Napoli
  • Victor Osimhen – Napoli
  • Domenico Berardi – Sassuolo
  • Mehdi Taremi – FC Porto
  • Karim Benzema – Al Ittihad
  • Cristiano Ronaldo – Al Nassr
  • Antoine Griezmann – Atletico Madrid
  • Alvaro Morata – Atletico Madrid
  • Robert Lewandowski – FC Barcelona
  • Vinicius Junior – Real Madrid
  • Takefusa Kubo – Real Sociedead
  • Gerard Moreno – Villarreal
  • Lionel Messi – Inter Miami
Women’s Attackers
  • Sam Kerr – Chelsea
  • Caroline Graham Hansen – FC Barcelona
  • Kadidiatou Diani – Olympique Lyonnais
  • Guro Reiten – Chelsea
  • Alexandra Popp – VfL Wolfsburg
  • Sophia Smith – Portland Thorns
  • Ewa Pajor – VfL Wolfsburg
  • Lauren Hemp – Manchester City
  • Lea Schuller – Bayern Munich
  • Salma Paralluelo – FC Barcelona
  • Racheal Kundananji – Real Madrid
  • Lynn Williams – NJ/NY Gotham FC
  • Rachel Daly – Aston Villa
  • Khadija Shaw – Manchester City
  • Chloe Kelly – Manchester City
  • Eugenie Le Sommer – Olympique Lyonnais
  • Trinity Rodman – Washington Spirit
  • Bethany England – Tottenham Hotspur
  • Alba Redondo – Levante UD
  • Tabitha Chawinga – Paris Saint-Germain
  • Melissa Kossler – TSG 1899 Hoffenheim
  • Linda Caicedo – Real Madrid

The nominees are not finalized, but we expect EA to confirm once voting opens.


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EA Sports FC 24 Team of the Group Stage: Leaked Players, Start Date

EA Sports FC 24 Team of the Group Stage: Leaked Players, Start Date

With the group stage for each of the major European tournaments ending, EA Sports FC 24 is on the verge of dropping its next big Ultimate Team promo. The TOTGS promo always has a few massive players that users are looking to pack. Below, you’ll find the leaked team as it currently stands and insight on when the promo will hit Ultimate Team.

These leaks come from FUT Police Leaks on Twitter.

TOTGS Pack Players
  • Kylian Mbappe – PSG
  • Jamal Musiala – Bayern Munich
  • Antonie Griezemann – Atletico Madrid
  • Joao Cancelo – Barcelona
  • Jude Bellingham – Real Madrid
  • Nicolo Barella – Inter
  • Bukayo Saka – Arsenal
  • Rodrygo – Real Madrid
  • Julian Alvarez – Manchester City
  • Nick Pope – Newcastle United
  • Rafael Leao – AC Milan
  • Mats Hummels – Dortmund
  • Phil Foden – Manchester city
  • Mehdi Taremi – Porto
  • David Raum – RB Leipzig
  • Achraf Hakimi – PSG
  • Jerdy Schouten – PSV
  • Jonathan Clauss – OM
  • Victor Boniface – Bayer Leverkusen
  • Ryan Gravenberch – Liverpool
  • Luca Ranieri – Fiorentina

It’s strange that teams like Copenhagen, Napoli, and Lazio aren’t getting any players despite advancing, though EA doesn’t have the rights to at least two of those teams.

Here are the leaked SBC and Objective players:

TOTGS SBC, Objective, and Women’s tournament players
  • Vincenzo Grifo – Freiburg
  • Giovanni Di Lorenzo – Napoli
  • Patri Guijarro – Barcelona (Women’s RTTK)
  • Tabitha Chawinga – PSG (Women’s RTTK)
  • Magdalena Eriksson – Bayern (Women’s RTTK)
  • Julie Dufour – Paris FC (Women’s RTTK)
  • Laura Freigang – Frankfurt (Women’s RTTK)
  • Luis Alberto – Lazio
  • Harry Kane – Bayern

UCL/UWCL Heroes cards are also coming to packs with the event, so you can expect to see upgraded versions of some of the top Heroes on the market (and hopefully in your packs) as well.

EA Sports FC 24 TOTGS Leaked Start Date

Electronic Arts has given players a heads-up on when to expect the Team of the Groups Stage promo. It will begin on December 15 at 12:01 PM CT. It’s also important to note that EA usually likes to hold back a few players for a mini-release on Sundays, so some of the leaked players likely won’t be available until December 17.

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“The Worst Glitch in FIFA Ever”, EA Investigating

FIFA's Worst Glitch Ever

EA Sports FC 24, formerly known as FIFA, is currently plagued by a bug that some are calling the worst ever.

Players can use several skill moves in quick succession alongside a cancel that ends in the ball being stuck to a footballer’s calf. That’s not quite how that’s supposed to work, as you can see through the player jogging into the other team’s net to score.

According to EA, the bug isn’t long for this world. EA took to Twitter to let everyone know that a fix is on the way.

“We’ve added a new issue to the EASFC Tracker that we’re investigating,” the developer says. “The ball can incorrectly stick to a dribbler’s leg as they run in some situations.”

This glitch aside, it’s a solid game. A good start to the EA FC franchise.


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EAFC 24: Tips to Build Your Ultimate Team

There are a number of things you can do to help improve your team in EA FC 24 do not require you spending money.

Here’s a look at a few options to help your team grow:

Get on Your Grind

Some rewards in the Ultimate Team mode on FC 24 do not offer much value, while others are worth the hassle.

To get the packs that have the possibility of resulting in you acquiring good players, you need to play the Squad Battles game mode on beginner difficulty and rack up “video game” scorelines in order to hit different milestones.

Play against the computer on beginner and slowly rack up coins.

You will win games 33-0 and have to repeat that process until you have cleared all the relevant milestones. For example, you get a valuable pack as a reward for scoring 100 goals in any game mode in FUT, but it may take you three or four games to reach that benchmark.

It is boring and takes some time, but in the end, if you achieve certain milestones, it pays off.

The players you get in the packs are untradeable but when you are starting out, that doesn’t matter too much. Acquiring as many highly rated players as you can, even if they cannot be sold to generate more FUT coins, is valuable as they can help you win games or can be used in various Squad Building Challenges.

Not every milestone will give you a useful reward. For example, after scoring 500 goals, you only get a pitch trophy, but after scoring 100 goals, you get an FUT pack. With that in mind, here is a list of the milestones to hit and the rewards each milestone brings.

100 goals
Rare Mega Pack
250 goals
Jumbo Rare Players Pack
75 finesse goals
Rare Mega Pack
50 power shots
Mega Pack
10 chip shots
Two Rare Gold Players Pack
50 volleys
Premium Gold Players Pack
25 assists
Gold Pack
50 assists
Two Rare Gold Players Pack
150 assists
Premium Gold Players Pack
300 assists
Rare Mega Pack
400 assists
Jumbo Rare Players Pack
Squad Battles

When you are starting out on FUT, it is better to play against the computer while you build your squad. Feel free to play against other players online if you wish, but the reality is, unless you are an excellent player, your opponents will win more times than not simply because their squad is far superior to yours.

To get your team up and running, utilize the Squad Battles feature, a game mode where you only play against the computer, to achieve weekly rewards.

In Squad Battles, you get rewards based on how many points you have earned after playing a maximum of 32 games within a seven-day period. If you play 32 games on professional or world-class difficulty and win the majority of those, you should get solid rewards.

The rewards typically involve a combination of FUT packs, coins and XP points. For example, if you achieve the ‘Elite 1’ rank, you will get 22,000 coins, 700 XP and two Rare Players Packs.

Use Evolution’s

It is now possible to improve a player’s overall rating in FUT, but unlike Career Mode, those improvements are incremental and you cannot always choose which players you want to improve.

To fulfil the criteria you need to improve a player’s overall rating, you usually just need to win a few games on Squad Battles.

There are also some players who can stand to benefit massively from Evolution’s. Manchester United midfielder Kobbie Mainoo, for example, is one of the most popular cards in EAFC 24 despite only having an overall rating of 62.

The reason Mainoo is so popular is because he can benefit from the Golden Glow Up Evolution. In short, if you win a certain number of games with him in your team in Squad Battles, his overall rating can jump from 62 to 82.

Make smart signings

If you have the Ultimate Edition of FC 24, you will be able to begin your FUT journey with an advantage, as you will get 4600 FC points, which can be used to buy packs. After you buy those packs, you can then sell a majority of the items you receive to generate coins to buy better players.

If you are starting from scratch, you will likely have to use the team you start with and grind out a few games to get coins. You often get at least 400 coins for winning a match on FUT, which is why we would suggest playing Squad Battles before tackling other game modes in FUT like Rivals or Champions.

Squad Building Challenges

When you open FUT packs, most of the time, the players you get are of no use to your actual team, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have value.

Use SBCs to trade in deadwood you have in your club for rare players or FUT packs. It can sometimes be worth buying specific players to complete an SBC if you do not already own a player to match the criteria for a given challenge.

The SBCs that provide you a rare player in return are harder to complete at the start. For example, to get the Player of the Month version of James Maddison (86 overall), you have to exchange two squads: one featuring players based in England with a minimum overall team rating of 83, and exchange a squad featuring players from the Premier League with a minimum overall team rating of 85.

Below is a list of the SBCs that are relatively easy to complete at the start of your FUT journey in FC 24 and yield good results.

Foundations I
Two Players Pack
Foundations II
Premium Loan Player Reward Pack
Foundations III
Two Rare Gold Players Pack
Foundations IV
Two Rare Gold Players Pack
Gold Upgrade
Two Rare Gold Players Pack

Good Luck!

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EA Sports FC 24 Ultimate Team: New Features and Gameplay Changes Revealed

Compared to the FIFA 23 offering, the EA Sports FC 24 Ultimate Team changes will be noticeable. There are some notable differences and new features.

The latest EA Sports FC deep dive focuses on Ultimate Team, the mode where a majority of us spend our time.

Here’s everything you need to know about what’s changing in EA Sports FC 24 Ultimate Team.

What is changing in EA Sports FC 24 Ultimate Team?

EA is doing everything it can to ensure that the EA Sports FC 24 Ultimate Team will be different and upgraded compared to what’s come before it.

A lot of changes have been made, not least the introduction of women’s football players to the online mode.

The main headline to be taken from all the changes is that women’s football is now in Ultimate Team. In a move that will please many, you can mix and match men and women players together in the same team.

If you want Haaland and Kerr up-front together to form the world’s most lethal strike partnership – you can do precisely that.

Chemistry is largely untouched with the introduction of women’s football. Sam Kerr, for example, will have strong bonds with other players from her Chelsea and Australia teams.

A man and woman player from the same real-world team, let’s say Lauren James and Reece James from Chelsea, for example, will have a strong chemistry, too.

The next major headline is Ultimate Team Evolution’s.

Ultimate Team Evolution’s allow you to level up your players. Each player card in your club can be upgraded by completing objectives. You’ll see a clear path to help improve individual player skills, add to PlayStyles, overall ratings, and how the card looks.

The new gameplay feature found in other modes, PlayStyles are also going to be a part of Ultimate Team. PlayStyles changes how your player actually behaves, with skills and approaches not just based on stats as before.

It’s supposed to bring the players in the game closer to their real-life counterparts, effectively mimicking the playing styles you see from the stands or on your TV screen.

Other changes include Icon cards, which will now add +1 chemistry to your squad regardless of country or club association, making it easier to add legends of the game to your Ultimate Team.

Finally, alterations have been made based on community feedback. This includes the ability to change player positions without the need for a consumable, and the promise of easier-to-manage menu navigation.

You have a chance to try Ultimate Team early thanks to the ongoing closed beta (which comes to an end on 31 August).

To read up more on all of the EA Sports FC 24 Ultimate Team changes, check out the official site for more information.



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Erling Haaland Named Cover Athlete for EA FC 24

Fifa FC 24 Cover Athlete

Manchester City and Norway forward Erling Haaland has been named the cover athlete for the standard edition of EA FC 24.

“Every footballer dreams of this. Proud to be on the cover for the first season of a new era EA Sports FC,” Haaland tweeted after the reveal.

After thirty years of working together, FIFA and EA decided to part ways when the publisher declined to renew its license to use the FIFA name. In response, FIFA revealed its own plans to create and release its own game.

Haaland moved to Man City from Borussia Dortmund last summer and won the treble, the Premier League, the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League in his debut season. He crushed several records in the process, scoring 52 goals in one season for City and three more for Norway.


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FIFA 23 On PS5 May Break if You Have Too Many Friends

FIFA 23 PS5 May Break if You Have Too Many Friends

There’s never been a better time to cut down on your friends list – and if anyone asks you can just blame EA!

EA Sports released a statement earlier this week confirming that it’s exploring stability issues introduced in it’s recent title update. The recommended solution? “Reduce your PS5 friends list to 100 or less friends and re-launch the game.”

Why the issue is occurring is unclear, but apparently it’s not something the development team at EA Sports accounted for.

Have you had any issues with FIFA 23 since the latest update? Are you a social butterfly with hundreds of PlayStation friends? You can read all the latest on the known bugs in EA Sports’ football franchise on the publisher’s Trello page.

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FIFA 23 Team Of The Season; Major Changes And Rewards

Fifa 23 TOTS

FIFA 23’s anticipated Team of the Season promo has begun with the votes for Community TOTS and Premier League.

This time around EA has made drastic changes to how the mechanic works– it took the tokens out of Token Swaps. Instead of collecting tokens to exchange for rewards by completing Squad Building Challenges or Objectives, you now have to level up your Season Progress by doing those things.

Leveling up your Season Progress will give you FIFA 23 TOTS Swaps rewards at each level.

FIFA 23 TOTS Swaps Rewards

Here are all FIFA 23 TOTS Swaps rewards you can achieve:

  1. 10x 1,000 Coins Boost
  2. 1x Draft Token
  3. 1x Gold Pack
  4. 1x Stadium Theme
  5. 1x TOTS Moments Giovanni Reyna or 1x 85+ x5 Players Pack
  6. 1x Badge
  7. 1x Premium Gold Pack
  8. Tifos
  9. 1x Small Prime Gold Players Pack
  10. 1x TOTS Moments Dimitri Payet or 1x 85+ x10 Players Pack
  11. 1x 80+ Rare Player Pack
  12. 1x Badge
  13. 2x 81+ Rare Player Pack
  14. Tifos
  15. 1x TOTS Moments Moises Caicedo or 1x 83+ x15 Players Pack
  16. 1x Badge
  17. 1x 83+ Double Player Pack
  18. Tifos
  19. 1x 83+ Double Player Pack
  20. 1x FUT Birthday Icon Marcel Desailly or 1x 84+ x25 Players Pack or 1 of 3 EFIGS TOTS Player Pick
  21. 3x 83+ Player Pack
  22. 1x Badge
  23. 3x 83+ Player Pack
  24. Tifos
  25. 1x Flashback Jesús Navas or 5x 85+ Players Pack
  26. 2x 84+ Players Pack
  27. Animated Tifos
  28. 1x Mega Pack
  29. 1x Rare Mega Pack
  30. 1x FUT Birthday Icon Wayne Rooney or 1x 84+ x30 Players Pack or 1 of 5 90+ Premier League/La Liga/Ligue 1 Player Pick

The changes remove a lot of the freedom you previously had when it comes to picking rewards, but you should at least be able to obtain a lot of the things listed above. Good luck!

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