FUT Champions is the FIFA 21 mode everyone loves to hate. It’s stressful and time consuming, but it’s where all the coins are to be made in the game. Now that the game has been out for a week or more, a lot of you will likely have 2000 FUT Champions Qualification Points to redeem. So that you can secure entry early, and any other week from now on, here’s everything you need to know about how to redeem FUT Champions Weekend League Points and enter the competition in FIFA 21.
How to Redeem FUT Champions Weekend League Points in FIFA 21
What you need to do is head to one of either the Division Rivals or FUT Champions sections in the Play part of Ultimate Team.
Once there, you should see a Qualification Process tile in the bottom right of the screen. If you have 2000 points earned and available, which you’ll amass by playing Rivals throughout the week, you can click on this tile to start the entry process.
To redeem the FUT Champions Weekend League points, simply click on Redeem Entrance Now when the option pops up. The 2000 points will then be taken off you and it’ll say both in Rivals and FUT Champions that you’re entered into the next weekend league, which will begin the coming Friday.
The tournament is open from 2am Friday until 2am Monday each week and you can play a maximum of 30 games to try and earn the best rewards in the game.
You’re also able to redeem the FUT Champions Weekend League points via the mobile Companion App if you’re not near your console or nearly forget before the deadline to do so on Saturday morning. Simply scroll to the bottom of the home screen and click on Redeem to enter and use the 2000 points, if you’ve got them.
That’s everything you need to know about how to redeem FUT Champions Weekend League Points and enter the competition in FIFA 21. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to check out our wiki guide or search for Twinfinite.
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