How to earn FGS tokens in FIFA 22 Challenge on Twitch
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EA Sports has joined forces with Adidas to host the FIFA 22 Challenge for professional players and esports stars. The tournament will see pros take on some of the biggest names in professional football. The FIFA 22 Twitch Challenge is the first EA approved FIFA 22 tournament that will use the 2v2 format.

This event will also introduce the viewership rewards program for FIFA 22, with exclusive in-game items like an Adidas 99 Kit. As a result, viewers of this event will be the first recipients of this year’s exclusive in-game rewards. Moreover, EA will reveal a new FIFA Ultimate Team content update, in partnership with Adidas during the broadcast.

How to earn rewards from FIFA 22 Challenge

To earn any FIFA Global Series 2022 rewards, all viewers must have a Twitch and an EA account. After creating a Twitch account, viewers must link their EA and Twitch accounts together. After this, all you need to do is watch the FIFA 22 Challenge event and redeem your rewards on Twitch. Viewers can also earn more rewards by watching other FGS events throughout the season.

Furthermore, the FGS swap tokens will also return for this season. The more tokens viewers redeem, the better rewards they get. Viewers can upgrade their team with some Fifa Ultimate Team packs. All FGS events this season, including the FIFA 22 Challenge, will have no less than five rewards. Aside from player tokens, rewards will include kits, trophies, crests, stadium dressings and FGS balls.

Format for the challenge

The FIFA 22 Twitch Challenge will be played as a 2v2 format with both Adidas and EA forming their own groups. Each group is divided into four and both groups will compete in a series of knockout rounds.

Team EA

  • Timo Werner (Chelsea) and SaNkHs (Case Esports)
  • Adebayo Akinfenwa (Wycombe Wanderers) and Tom (Excel Esports)
  • Diogo Jota (Liverpool) and Tekkz (Fnatic)
  • Layvin Kurzawa (Paris Saint-Germain) and Levi (Team Gullit)

Team Adidas

  • Weston McKennie (Juventus) and RocKy (Team Vitality)
  • Pedri González (FC Barcelona) and Gravesen (DUX Gaming)
  • Ferran Torres (Manchester City) and Matias (Team Heretics)
  • Callum Hudson-Odoi (Chelsea) and Lisa (JLingz esports)
Jimoh Rashidat is a freelance esports writer with over two years of experience. She covers FIFA, League of Legends and general gaming content.
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