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    The 2024 eHockey Finnish Championships are here - are you the next Finnish Champion?

    As the NHL 24 competitive season progresses, the time has come to battle it out for the 2024 Finnish championship. In addition to the Finnish Championship title, the tournament will offer the chance to win great Leijonat prizes and prize money. The prize pool consists of a 3,000 € starting pot, on top of which the total of all Leijonat eHockey Pelipassi purchases made this season will be added to the prize pool.

    Starting in early March, this eHockey SM is the third of its sort and one of the cornerstones in the cooperation between SportsGamer and the Finnish Ice Hockey Association. The 2023 season was once again one full of exciting action and incredible turns of events. In April 2023, Teemu @temppanen Karvonen was crowned the Champion on the 1v1 side of things after making a comeback with half a second remaining in the final series, whereas NHL 19 Allstars (=Straikers) managed to claim the trophy on the 6v6 side. The reigning Champions will receive invites to the Playoff stage to defend their titles. Additionally, NHL 23 World Championship silver medalist Erik @Eki Tammenpää will receive an invitation.

    To visit the Finnish landing page with more info in Finnish, click here.


    As usual, the 2024 Finnish Championship will be played in both 1v1 and 6v6 modes, so participation is possible both as an individual and with a team. The tournament will be played on the PlayStation 5 version of NHL 24. 6v6 play is also open to Xbox Series X/S teams as part of the newly introduced cross-play feature.

    Leijonat eHockey Pelipassi

    Players in Leijonat eHockey events, tournaments, and series organized by the Ice Hockey Federation must have a Leijonat eHockey Pelipassi (=Game Pass). The Game Pass is valid for the whole season 1.8.2023-30.7.2024 and can be used to participate in all SJL Leijonat eHockey events, tournaments, and series for the 2023-24 season. The price of the Game Pass is 5 €. All participation fees go directly into funding the prize pool. Click the button below to purchase the Game Pass.



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    Played on: PlayStation 5 & Xbox Series X/S

    Schedule for the 6v6 eHockey Finnish Championship:

    • Registrations: 13.2.-5.3.
    • Tournament7.3.-20.4.
      • Group stage: 7.3.-21.3.
      • Playoffs Round 1 (64) 24.-25.3.
      • Playoffs Round 2 (32) 27.-28.3.
      • Playoffs Round 3 (16) 31.3.-1.4.
      • Quarterfinals (8) 3.-4.4.
      • Semifinals (4) 11.-12.4.
      • Bronze & Finals (2) 19.-20.4. 

    Note: The majority of the players must be Finnish citizens. See the rulebook for more details.
    Find the 6v6 eHockey Finnish Championship rulebook here! (Finnish)



    Played on: PlayStation 5

    Schedule for the 1v1 eHockey Finnish Championship:

    • Registration: 13.2. -10.3.
    • Tournament: 12.3.-21.4.
      • Group Stage 12.3.-22.3.
      • Playoffs Round 1 (60) 23.-26.3.
      • Playoffs Round 2  (32) 27.-31.3.
      • Playoffs Round 3 (16) 2.-5.4.
      • Quarterfinals (8) 13.4. 
      • LIVE Finals (4) 20.-21.4. *

    Note: In order to participate in the 1v1 mode, you must be a Finnish citizen.

    Find the 1v1 eHockey Finnish Championship rulebook here (Finnish)


    Signups are now open and will close on Tuesday, March 5th, so make sure to gather your friends and challenge the big dogs in one of the biggest tournaments of the eHockey season!


    Please note: Information about the Swedish Championship League will be shared as soon as possible.

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    FYI: Signing up with NEW teams is currently not possible, while the EA SPORTS Pro Clubs site is inoperable. Hoping this will be resolved as soon as possible.

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