03 October, 2023
26 November
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eFIBA World Finals set to take place at DreamHack Winter in Sweden

MIES (Switzerland) - The first ever in-person eFIBA Finals will take place this November 25 and 26 at DreamHack Winter in Jonkoping, Sweden. The top eight nations from around the globe will compete for the title of eFIBA World Champions, as well as the lion's share of the €50,000 prize pool, with competing nations from Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, North and South America and Oceania.

Here is all you need to know about the eFIBA S2 World Finals
Commencing November 25, the top eight nations will go head-to-head on stage at the immersive gaming lifestyle festival, DreamHack Winter. This will mark the first time in history that national teams from around the globe compete for the ultimate international title in competitive NBA 2K24. The winner will receive the ultimate bragging rights as the first-ever eFIBA World Champion, the largest portion of the €50,000 prize pool and a live trophy ceremony on stage at DreamHack Winter.

Schedule and Format
After six intense weeks of online qualifiers, eight nations secured their spot in the eFIBA Season 2 World Finals. Nations from Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, North and South America and Oceania will be at DreamHack Winter to have a chance at being crowned the first-ever eFIBA World Champions. All games in the World Finals will be played in the best-of-three format.

Over two days, the eight participating teams will play against each other in two groups to decide the final group standings, with the top two teams from each group progressing to the Semi-Finals and then the eventual Final. Classification games will also be played. Tip-off times will be available on the eFIBA Season 2 website

Broadcast Talent
Seasoned Desk Host Vince Change will be leading the broadcast, with Chris Sampson, the Expert, offering in-depth game knowledge. Zunaid Suleman will be the Sideline Reporter across all matches, and Nate Patrick will be the Social Media Reporter for the Finals.

Where to Watch
Fans tuning in online and watching the games from around the world can look forward to an exciting broadcast filled with extra content. The live broadcast will be available on the eFIBA Twitch, YouTube and TikTok channels, FIBA's Twitch and YouTube channels as well as national co-streamers from around the world.

Those looking to experience the action live can look to purchase a DreamHack Winter festival ticket, as these also grant access to the eFIBA stage. More information, including available ticket types and prices, is available here.