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GCC eSports League 2024 Finals: Saudi, UAE, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman and Qatar Teams Go Head-To-Head at Rocket League and Tekken 8

The Saudi eSports Federation has announced that Riyadh will be hosting the GCC eSports League 2024 finals from June 27 to 28, 2024.

The championship will feature competitions in Rocket League and TEKKEN 8, with a total prize pool of $150,000.

This tournament is the latest addition to the growing gaming scene in the Middle East; it will feature elite professionals and top clubs from six countries competing in thrilling matches.

The league’s first event started with the group stage and ran from May 12 to 21. Twelve teams from Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE competed in an online Rocket League tournament, one of the world’s most popular titles.

President of the Saudi eSports Federation Prince Faisal bin Bandar bin Sultan emphasised the Kingdom’s dedication to developing the esports sector, supporting talents, and organising top-notch events and tournaments.

Among the contenders are Kuwait’s Xenon Esports and Oman’s National Team B, which secured their spots in the finals as winners of Groups A and B, respectively, in the first online stage of the tournament.

Other strong competitors include Bahrain National Team, Unity Esports from Kuwait, KHK Esports from Bahrain, Twisted Minds, and Team Falcons representing Saudi Arabia.


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