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AS Monaco Esports Salutes the End of a Productive Season Rich in Learning

A month after the last day of the regular season in eLigue 1, AS Monaco Esports announces the end of the 2021-2022 financial year for the football simulation game, and is already looking forward to the future season with ambition.

It’s the Final Whistle for a season rich in lessons. Faced with tough competition in eLigue 1, where learning the new 2v2 format was a very rewarding experience, the team coached by Imad Mihoubi defended the Club’s colours with pugnacity until the last day of the championship against Strasbourg, which thus closed this 2021-2022 financial year.

Coming back stronger next year

There were a few splendid victories to remember and savour. Particularly pleasing was that of RayZiaah against the future double champion of France, the Lorientais Leandro Peixoto (2-1), during the 4th day. 

If the results were not always there, AS Monaco Esports is already preparing for the future, with an intact ambition for the future season. That of carrying the red and white banner high on the FIFA stage – which becomes EA Sports FC -, which is constantly evolving, on the strength of this one-season experience in this new competition format.

The ASMonaco Esports Club thanked Mino who, after a fruitful time in the Red and White colours ,is about to leave AS Monaco Esports. The whole Club structure wished him the best for the rest of his career.

You can always count on AS Monaco’s ambition to rise to be the best. Ups and downs are part of the learning process to rise to the top. Rise, Risk, Repeat! It is as relevant in Esports as it is in the real game. 

eLigue1 is FIFA’s major competition in France. bringing together the 10 best Ligue 1 clubs. Prizes are mouth-watering with the French champion team rewarded with the title. There are €60,000 in cash prizes and 3 qualifying places for the EA SPORTS FIFA Global Series Playoffs. 

About EA Sports 

EA Sports is a series of football video games developed and released annually by Electronic Arts under the EA Sports label. The FIFA franchise has encompassed 18 languages or more and is available in more than 51 countries. 

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