The Dutch giant's Ajax is nurturing talent on the virtual as well as the physical pitch. They have launched their new Gaming Academy - a mobile app that will help FIFA fans improve their skills and compete in weekly tournaments and play mini-games. Mastering the latest installment in the series can be difficult, whether it's picking up the newest skill moves, making a fortune on the Ultimate Team transfer market, or just being able to score from a corner. But Ajax's app will help the players to pick up such qualities.
Ajax's new app contains more than 30 tutorial videos, featuring Ajax professional FIFA player Dani Hagebeuk and presented by David Butler. The app will host weekly FIFA 21 tournaments for both Xbox and Playstation users, such as the Ziggo, eBattles, which will launch in the coming months. It will match players with their opponents at the beginning of the day and notify them when their matches are scheduled to be played.
The tournaments will be open to both amateur and professional players, with prizes on offer for the winners. To eliminate cheating, players will have to upload a photo of the result when the match is over. The app will be released by 2021. It will have multiple gaming units, which allows helping players with a free hand.