The FIFA Interactive Club World Cup (FICWC) will be heading to London next month, as previously reported - and now it has a confirmed date.
The first part of the FICWC will get underway in London on August 5th.
24 players from 19 different pro clubs will take part in the tournament, which has a $300,000 prize pool.
UK Premier League clubs Manchester City and West Ham will be taking part, with Kez Brown and Jamboo representing the two clubs respectively. More teams and players are being announced on the FICWC Facebook page.
The final itself will also take place in London from August 16th to 18th.
Competing clubs will be allowed to send either one or two players to the FICWC, depending on how well they performed at qualifier events. There will be a PS4 division and an Xbox One division.
The top two players in each group will progress to the divisional semi-final, which, like the final for each division, will be played over two legs.
Rival football video game series PES recently held its world finals at London's Emirates Stadium.
17-year-old Brazilian Guilherme "GuiFera" Fonseca won the PES final and the $200,000 top prize.