The first round of the Football Queensland (FQ) E-Series is done and dusted, after hundreds of Queenslanders from across the state took part in the opening weekend of the competition.
The First Group Stage of the interactive online FQ competition will see each participant play against the opponents in their group once, with the tournament split into four divisions based on gaming console and age (juniors/seniors).
The window for Round 2 of the FQ E-Series is currently open, with matches to be played by 11:59pm this Wednesday.
Congratulations to all those who recorded a win in their Round 1 match, and to all other competitors; there’s still plenty of matches to go!
Keep track of all the latest results and fixtures for the FQ E-Series via the links below.
Round 1 Results:
FQ has compiled the below tips for participants for the remainder of the competition.
Console Privacy Settings
Some players may still have their privacy settings enabled preventing their opponent from finding them. All players must ensure their console privacy settings are set to public.
Finding Upcoming Fixtures
The Competition Management System – Sports TG is currently experiencing issues where it is not allowing players to view Round 2 fixtures on the ‘Fixture’ tab. We have notified Sports TG, who are working to resolve the issue immediately.
You can still view your fixtures, by clicking on your ‘team’ name (Gamer ID) on the Round 1 fixture page or ladder. This will then take you to your ‘team’ page. Once on your ‘team’ page, click on ‘Fixtures’ under the ‘TEAM LINKS’ heading. You will now be able to view all your fixtures for the First Group Stage and the deadline for each match.
Winning players must complete a Result Submission Form and provide a photo showing the full-time score, the team names and Gamer ID of both players. Click here to see an example of what photo we require.
Sending Video Clips
We want to share the action from the FQ E-Series, so we encourage players to record and provide short clips from their matches to Football Queensland which may be used to create highlight reels, goal packages, funny videos and more.