The national electronic football team won its ticket to the FIFAe Nations Series World Cup for the second consecutive year, at the expense of South Africa.
The Morocco team ensured their qualification after their final victory against their South African counterpart in the home and away matches.
Morocco lost in the first leg against South Africa (1-5) before achieving a Remontada (6-0) in the second leg, synonymous with qualification for the World Cup.
To reach the final, the national team defeated the Oman team in the semi-finals on penalties.
The Moroccan e-football team was also crowned, at the same time, champion of the MENA region, after beating Qatar and South Africa.
According to a press release from the Royal Moroccan Federation of Electronic Games (FRMJE), the Moroccan delegation, which played this competition in Abu Dhabi, is made up of manager Saâd Bassi in addition to four players: Adam Haberraih, Youssef Charif, Marwan Chahhou and Aymane Mokalik. The delegation was chaired by Idriss Malki, technical manager of e-football at the FRMJE and Omar Zniber, the logistics manager.