The UEFA eEURO 2020 draw has been made, with all 55 UEFA national associations involved.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina
Republic of Ireland
How the draw worked
The 55 participating national teams were divided into ten groups of either five or six teams for the next phase of the competition, which will be contested in March. The draw took place on Wednesday 15 January.
How the competition works
The teams will play two games of eFootball PES 2020 (one vs one) against each of the other teams in their qualifying group, with the winner of each group qualifying for the 16-team final tournament. The ten group runners-up will play in a play-off tournament staged over two matchdays to determine the other six finalists.
What is UEFA eEURO 2020?
The first edition of the UEFA eEURO is the largest ever eFootball national-team competition. In November 2019, all 55 UEFA national associations started their search for their country’s top players. Many associations – some taking their first step into the world of eFootball – organised online tournaments, nationwide tours and bootcamps, to enable players to be trained and assessed by experts.
What does the winner get?
The team crowned the winner of eEURO 2020 will receive a cash prize.