Farming Simulator League announced for IEM Katowice 2020Posted by Uncategorized December 23, 2019 in
GIANT Software’s Farming Simulator League is announced for IEM Katowice in 2020.
The event will take place from February 28th to March 1st, held in the International Conference Center of Katowice.
Qualifier matches will take place on Friday 28th at the ICC, culminating on Sunday 1st where the top eight teams will compete for a total prize pool of €12,000 (£10,193).
Teams will be competing for both their share of the prize pool and circuit points that work towards the Farming Simulator World Championship. Teams in attendance are yet to be revealed at the time of writing.
The Farming Simulator League is created by and launched by developer GIANTS Software, the league has a total prize pool of €250,000. The season kicked off with FarmCon 19 in Harsewinkel, Germany.
The league has agricultural chemical and seed company Corteva Agriscience as its lead sponsor. Logitech, Intel, DLG, Nitrado, and noblechairs are also partnered with the league. Wich tells us that they are trying to make this a legit eSports.
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