Competitive FIFA Online 4 is back in action with EACC Summer 2022, an online tournament taking place from August 15 to 21.

The ongoing Summer tournament features 14 top-performing teams from China, South Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam who are competing for a US$100,000 prize pool.

With the first three days of competition now done, here’s a quick recap of the EACC Summer and the eight teams heading into playoffs.

The top 8 teams of EACC Summer 2022

  • CrazyWin (South Korea)
  • Kwangdong Freecs (South Korea)
  • Daejeon Hanacitizen FC (South Korea)
  • ProGamer (Vietnam)
  • DIH Esports (Vietnam)
  • Tony Tonyy (Vietnam)
  • Wolves Esports (China)
  • MiTR Coffee (Thailand)

Recap of the first three days of EACC Summer 2022

South Korea’s representatives took day one of EACC Summer by storm.

Vietnam’s Tony Tonyy was already at match point against DHFC, but the Korean team made a swift comeback in the last two games. DHFC Sikyung’s Cristiano Ronaldo scored a clutch goal at the 90-minute mark in game five, defeating Tony Tonyy 3-2.

Korean team CrazyWin also picked up a 3-1 win over Chinese squad Nova Esports.

Vietnam won big on day two, with both DIH Esports and ProGamer beating their opponents by a scoreline of 3-1.

Following DIH’s win over Wolves Esports, the squad qualifies as a top six seed of EACC Summer 2022. In the next round, DIH will face fellow VN team ProGamer for a top four position.

Despite the early loss against DHFC, Tony Tonyy finally found success on the third day of competition. The Vietnam team keeps their playoffs hopes alive after a spectacular 3-1 victory over Manchester City F.C.

EACC Summer 2022 witnessed its own Chinese Derby on day three between Wolves Esports and Nova Esports. Wolves got the upper hand and ended Nova’s journey with a dominant 3-0 win.

EACC Summer 2022 schedule

Playoffs bracket of EACC Summer 2022
Screenshot by Joseph Asuncion/ONE Esports

August 19

ProGamer5 p.m. GMT+8DIH Esports
Wolves Esports7 p.m. GMT+8CrazyWin
Loser of Match 79:50 p.m. GMT+8Winner of Match 8

August 20

Kwangdong Freecs5 p.m. GMT+8Daejeon Hanacitizen FC
MiTR Coffee7 p.m. GMT+8Tony Tonyy
Loser of Match 179:50 p.m. GMT+8Winner of Match 16

August 21

  • Semifinals — 4 p.m. GMT+8
  • Final — 9 p.m. GMT+8

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