eFootball action continued today in Bali ©Getty Images

Much like at the ongoing FIFA World Cup, eFootball 2023 teams moved onto the quarter-finals with wins today at the International Esports Federation (IESF) World Championships.

Iraq progressed with a 2-0 win over Montenegro, while the United Arab Emirates qualifying too with a 2-1 victory over Syria in the last 16.

Japan and Argentina defeated Luxembourg and Kazakhstan 2-0, respectively, to make the last eight, as did Turkey over Italy.

Brazil won against Armenia, Saudi Arabia were victorious against North Macedonia and Spain defeated South Korea.

In the quarter-finals, Saudi Arabia won 2-1 against Spain, while Turkey won 2-0 over Brazil.

Argentina defeated Japan 2-0 and Iraq won by the same margin to make the final four at the expense of UAE.

In Tekken 7, semi-finalists were confirmed, with Thailand and Pakistan among the winners.

Thailand defeated the Ivory Coast 3-1 in the quarter-finals, while Pakistan won by the same score line against Japan.

India defeated South Korea in a 3-2 thriller and Kuwait laid down a 3-0 clean-sweep against Poland.

Double elimination action on Dota 2 started as well today, with Indonesia defeating Algeria 2-0, meeting the Philippines next who clean-swept Kazakhstan.

Laos were able to defeat Peru 2-1, setting up a regional tie against Thailand who ran out 2-0 winners over North Macedonia.

Poland reached the final of CS:GO female category, beating Argentina 2-1.

The winner of Indonesia and Argentina is to play Poland in the gold-medal match.