The Bundesliga copies the virtual LaLiga tournament without Bayern

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first_imgThe Bundesliga joins the list of those who want to fight boredom in times without football at the great championships in Europe. A few days after several LaLiga players played a solidarity tournament in which they measured on the PlayStation from their homes, The highest German competition announced today that it will carry out the same format with a total of 26 Bundesliga and Bundesliga2 clubs. EA Sports’ FIFA 20 will be played, which is why Bayern Munich may have been left out. The German champion is being sponsored by Konami, EA Sports’ natural competition in the eSports market. Unlike the championship started by video game narrator and streamer Ibai Llanos, The German teams will appoint up to two members who will represent their respective teams in the competition. One of them will be a professional player, the second an employee of the club. All teams will be modified and adapted to the same level to guarantee equal conditions for all participants. The first matches will be played on Saturday and will be broadcast on the Virtual Bundesliga YouTube channel.last_img read more


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first_imgNo related posts. An official committee on salary negotiations will meet Friday to discuss the setting of a new wage increase for public-sector workers, which will apply for the second half of this year.Labor Minister Olman Segura, Presidency Vice Minister Gustavo Alvarado, Finance Minister José Luis Araya and Civil Service General Director José Joaquín Arguedas will meet with unions leaders, including the president of the National Association of Public and Private Employees Albino Vargas, who said they will ask for a 6.2 percent rise.In January, the government set a 1.84 percent raise for public employees, that prompted public demonstrations.Unions also will ask for a greater increase for workers earning minimum wage such as police officers, park rangers, public schools guards and janitors, among others. Some of them earn less than the legal minimum wage, Vargas said.The meeting will take place at the Labor Ministry in San José.Last week, the National Wage Council approved a 2.4 percent increase for private-sector workers. Facebook Commentslast_img read more