Qatar Museums and Paris Saint Germain Esports are jointly organising the first e-Cup exclusively for residents and citizens of Qatar and France this 17 and 18 October, as part of the Year of Culture programme.  

The Year of Culture initiative aims to celebrate culture in all its forms and the first Qatar-France e-Cup is a new opportunity to create a unique moment of sharing between the two nations.

This Saturday, 17 October, during the first country qualifiers, 1,024 players will have the opportunity to compete against each other on FIFA 21 to make their way to the finals to represent their country. Following the pre-selection, the best players will meet on FIFA 21 on Sunday, 18 October for the big finals of the e-Cup with live commentary in Arabic and French, featuring two talented players from the PSG Esports team, Ahmed Al Meghessib and Arsène Froon.

Official Paris Saint-Germain merchandise worth €1,500 await the e-Cup winners.

Registration for the competition is reserved exclusively for citizens and residents of Qatar and France, with 512 places each for the first country qualifiers. Registration can be done via this dedicated platform,