The Finals of the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2014 takes place this afternoon. Details on how to watch the fan-friendly event can be found below.
The FIFA Interactive World Cup 2014 featured 20 of the best virtual footballers in the world playing the EA Sports 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil game on PlayStation 3.
The winner will be crowned this afternoon/evening, and will be declared the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2014 Champion. Fans across the world will be able to watch the live stream of the finals via Twitch and YouTube. The final live stream will feature celebrity match commentators as well as a number of special guests.
The event begins at 4pm local time in Rio and 3pm ET in North America. Of course, if you don’t want to click the above links, you can watch all of the day’s action unfold in the video below.
Mike’s Musings: Like the Madden Challenge every year, giving gamers a chance to compete for a championship based on a real life major even is one of the coolest things about competitive gaming. With the rise in popularity of game streaming since the 2010 FIFA World Cup, it only makes sense to broadcast this event live to fans all over the world. I can’t wait to watch.