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Nota de Prensa

LUN 27.05.2024 | Nota de Prensa

LALIGA FC Pro concludes a season full of excitement, new developments and growth

The return to the 1v1 format, Sevilla FC's double, the biggest prize pool in history, the final in a stadium, musical performances and success on social media.

Nota de Prensa

LUN 27.05.2024

LALIGA FC Pro concludes a successful season with 38 participating clubs, an increase in online viewership, growth in the number of spectators attending in-person events, and the largest prize pool in its history.

November's SuperCup in Barcelona brought together the reigning champions and runners-up, as well as the SuperCup and Cup winners, and was held as part of the Ubeat Live in-person event, a feature of the competition in recent years, as it has become increasingly closer to the community. It was Atlético de Madrid's Andonii who won the first title of the season - the SuperCup - in an event celebrated by the 4,000 people who turned out for the occasion.

February saw the start of the Regular Season, which was played over two weekends, during which the participating clubs were divided into eight groups, competing for access to the Cup and the Finals, in a 1v1 format.

In April, the competition moved to the Kursaal Conference Centre and Auditorium in the city of San Sebastian for the LALIGA FC Pro Cup. The two-day event combined both competitive matches and various activities that were open to the public. The free event was attended by thousands of people, with one of the event's highlights being a meet & greet with DjMaRiiO and Cacho, two of the EA SPORTS FC 24 community's favourite personalities. Nicolas99 of Sevilla FC, the Argentinian newcomer to the Spanish competition, would take home the title in front of almost 4,000 people over that weekend.

The season was brought to a close in style at the Stage Front Stadium, the home of RCD Espanyol, which hosted the Finals in front of more than 2,400 people. The event brought together thousands of spectators who came to enjoy free activities throughout the day, such as the meet & greet with DjMaRiio, Cacho, RobertPG, and ex-footballer Joan Capdevilla. The crowd were thrilled from the stadium's stands by goals from their favourite clubs, and they also enjoyed a musical performance by Argentinean artist Lit Killah minutes before the final match, where Sevilla FC did the double by winning the season's championship title.

Largest prize pool in the competition's history

The total prize pool of 357,000 saw 7,000 distributed in the SuperCup, with 5,000 going to the winning team and 2,000 to the runner-up. During April's Cup, 100,000 was distributed, with 25,000 going to the winner; 10,000 to the runner-up; 7,500 to third and fourth place; and all teams up to 24th place receiving prize money. For the final, 250,000 was left to be awarded, with 60,000 going to the club that won the championship title; 40,000 to the runner-up; 20,000 to third and fourth place; and prize money up to 16th place.

LALIGA FC PRO always there for the community

LALIGA FC PRO will keep expanding its presence with new and innovative content across its social media channels on TikTok, Twitter, Instagram, Twitch and YouTube, continuing to offer the most interesting and entertaining content from the competition and EA SPORTS FC Pro. This was demonstrated by winning the TikTok 2023 award for best gaming brand.

The competition can be watched at home via the usual LALIGA FC Pro channels on Twitch,  YouTube and TikTok, as well as via LALIGA's Facebook page, LALIGA PLUS and DAZN.

Future of the competition

LALIGA FC Pro will be back for the 2024/25 season, with more new features and exciting opportunities for an ever-growing community of users who enjoy following it online and attending its in-person events.

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