EE Launches UK's First Mobile Gaming Tournament

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EE, announced the launch of The EE Mobile Series - a pioneering mobile gaming tournament, offering avid gamers the chance to compete for the ultimate prize in gaming.

EE has partnered with OnePlus and esports pioneer, Fnatic, to create the ultimate mobile gaming competition – The EE Mobile Series – offering one avid gamer the chance of a lifetime to join the Fnatic team. 

The new competition from EE will feature three exciting stages of action-packed gaming, culminating in a stunning eight-player Live Final, at the BT Sport studio in London on Sunday 20th January 2019.

Aspiring competitive gamers across the UK are invited to the enter The EE Mobile Series by visiting where their journey to clinch a coveted spot on team Fnatic will begin with two Open Qualifiers (27thand 29th November).

The top 16 players from each Open Qualifier will be seeded into 4 groups and advance to the Group Stages (4th, 6th, 11th and 13th December), where each group will play a best of 3 single round robin. The top 2 players from each group will advance to The EE Mobile Series Final on 20th January 2019.

The EE Mobile Series Group Stages and Final will be broadcast live on Twitch and other major streaming platforms, so esports enthusiasts can tune in to the action.

Renowned as a leader and innovator of the global professional esports industry, Fnatic continues to lead the way and are widely recognised as instrumental in shaping this new world sport into the rapidly-growing phenomenon that it is today. Since 2004, Fnatic has competed in every major esports gaming title and platform, establishing itself as one of the most successful Western teams in history.

Pete Jeavons, Director of Brand Marketing, EE
A strong and reliable mobile connection is critical for mobile gamers, and with superfast 4G in more places than any other operator, EE is committed to providing an awesome gaming experience wherever our customers go.

Wouter Sleijffers, CEO, Fnatics
Fnatic are more than just a team: our mission is to bring esports into every household and our exclusive partnership with EE for The EE Mobile Series is a big step towards this ambition.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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