QLASH will support the Spanish eFootball National Team at UEFA eEURO
The QLASH House in Valencia will host the next matches of Spain in the continental competition.
The Spanish National eFootball Team will play their last matches of UEFA eEURO Group A at the QLASH house in Valencia. Miguel Mestre and José Carlos Sánchez are the Spanish representatives who will face Finland, Estonia, Ukraine and North Macedonia. If Spain finishes in first place during the group phase, the team will directly advance to the finals. Teams in second place will compete at a playoffs for the remaining spots.
Playoffs will be played on May 10th and the Grand Finals will be held in London on July 9th and 10th. The prize pool of the tournament is a whooping €100,000, and the winners take home €40,000!
This collaboration between the Spanish National eFootball Team, QLASH and Vanquish agency shows the importance of the esports clubs and how every participant in the esports scene can work together towards a main goal. QLASH just won the eCopa organized by RFEF with Alejandro Hidalgo, who also competes under the Villarreal brand.
“The RFEF has esports on its strategic plan and digital transformation as a key factor. Esports add interesting and important things and I like to point the possibility of removing genre barriers and bring a younger audience, which is hard to attract“, – Javier Galiana, RFEF Esports Development and Team Manager.
“As a Spanish esports club, it makes us proud at QLASH to offer our facilities for Spanish Team to compete in the best manner. QLASH works hard to collaborate with one of the fast-paced growing industries in the world.”, says Pablo Monti, Project Manager at QLASH. “We have several esports teams and strategic partnerships with important companies. That’s why we consider this collaboration with RFEF another example of our commitment with the sector.”, adds Monti.
“Esports is a very important vertical in our reading of the sports and entertainment scene. More and more teenagers and youngsters shift to esports and need opportunities. It’s a fact that esports is positive for the segment.“, says Andres Tortarolo, Vanquish’s CEO.
For updates on how the team is progressing, you can keep an eye on our Spanish twitter account.