The e-Delta League, jointly organized by the Singapore Police Force, National Crime Prevention Council, and Singapore Cybersports & Online Gaming Association (SCOGA), will provide 13-17 years old a chance to flex their skills on the virtual football field.
Part of the Delta League programme first established in 2011, the bi-annual youth engagement programme aims to keep students meaningfully occupied through the June and December school holidays through football.
This year, thanks to a little something called COVID-19, the Delta League is going online with the latest entry in the FIFA franchise, FIFA 21.
The tournament format is a 2v2, with attractive cash prizes to be won. A total prize pool of $4,100 is up for grabs, with the champion walking away with $2,000.
Since the entire event will be held virtually, participants will need a PS4 console and an active PlayStation Network subscription of their own.
The e-Delta League will feature other activities such as youth workshops. Those with competitive blood in them but are less inclined to e-football can partake in the e-Juggling competition, or the Anti-Crime Video competition.