On January 26 and March 3, 2023, respectively, the e-football national team of Ghana, the Black Asteroids, will compete in match weeks two and three of the FIFAe Nations Cup Series.
This follows the team’s participation in the FENC-Play-Ins during the first week of the tournament in Dubai in December of last year, where one of the EA servers is located to improve game responsiveness.
Ghana beat the group leaders but was unable to advance to the next stage when the Black Asteroids became a new member of the FIFA_e Nations Cup Series 2022 during the online qualifiers stage.
Because it is a two-on-two competition, players must have a strong bond in order to win.
Latency (or ping), which refers to how close you are to the EA servers and how quickly and responsive the game will respond when you use your controller, was the team’s biggest challenge.
In order for the Ghana Football Association to ensure that the team is well-prepared for the FENC Play-Ins in 2023, the gaming equipment that is required has been purchased.
Two sets of POGA cases, each with a PS5 console, two controllers, and an inbuilt monitor for mobility and easy gaming, four Logitech Pro Gaming headsets, and a UPS to keep the game going when power goes out are the various pieces of equipment.