Represent LCFC: ePremier League Registrations Now Open

Registration is now open for Leicester City supporters to represent their Football Club in front of an audience of millions in the second season of ePremier League.
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- Registrations for a second ePremier League season now open
- The finals of last year’s tournament received 14M views
- Leicester City fans can register to represent the Foxes
- Online qualification begins in December

The tournament will offer UK-based gamers the opportunity to represent their clubs in an online EA SPORTS FIFA 20 tournament, with open qualifiers set to start in December ahead of next year’s grand finals.

A hugely successful debut ePL season saw EA SPORTS FIFA players from across the UK compete on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Registration for this year’s tournament opens on 4 November, 2019 at e.premierleague.com/club/leicester-city.

From 2 December 2019, competitors for all 20 Premier League clubs will battle it out over four months through online qualification and club playoffs to reach the ePL Finals in March 2020.

We are very pleased to be working with our clubs again to build on the momentum from our first ePL season and look forward to welcoming even more fans and EA SPORTS FIFA players to the tournament.

Richard Masters Premier League Interim Chief Executive

“Our inaugural ePremier League season had a great response from fans and clubs,” said Richard Masters, Premier League Interim Chief Executive. “The tournament brought together experienced EA SPORTS FIFA pros and first-time competitors and gave them the unique opportunity to compete and win for their favourite clubs. We are very pleased to be working with our clubs again to build on the momentum from our first ePL season and look forward to welcoming even more fans and EA SPORTS FIFA players to the tournament.” 

The first ePremier League in 2018/19 received thousands of registrations, attracting top talent from all over the United Kingdom. Top-ranked EA SPORTS FIFA 19 player Donovan ‘Tekkz’ Hunt went on to claim the ePL trophy for Liverpool FC in a hotly contested Grand Final in London. The finals were broadcast live on Sky Sports, the Premier League’s Facebook Watch channel and the EA SPORTS FIFA Twitch channel, receiving almost 14 million views.  

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“Winning the ePL Final for Liverpool FC was one of the most memorable moments of my life,” said Tekkz. “Wearing the shirt of the club I’ve been watching all my life made the win even more special and I have had some amazing experiences since being crowned ePL Champion. I’m looking forward to playing again this year and hopefully winning back-to-back titles for Liverpool.”

Brent Koning, FIFA Competitive Gaming Commissioner, said: “The Premier League’s global reach combined with the worldwide player base of EA SPORTS FIFA sets the ePremier League up to be one of the most popular esports tournaments across the industry. Esports drives increased engagement with traditional sport and this ePremier League partnership now gives fans an opportunity to represent or cheer for their favourite club on both the traditional and virtual pitch.” 


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Performing well in ePremier League will also earn players the bonus of valuable season-long EA SPORTS FIFA 20 Global Series Points used to qualify for the EA SPORTS FIFA 20 Global Series Playoffs. Competitors intending to participate in ePL who want to also be eligible for these points will need to register on FUTChampions.com by 31 October 2019 or between 16 and 31 January 2020 and be FUT Champions Verified.

The ePL will be operated by esports tournament organisers Gfinity. For more information visit e.premierleague.com.

The finals will once again be broadcast live on Sky Sports, Premier League channels and EA SPORTS FIFA Twitch channel.

ePremier League Tournament key dates

4 November, 2019 Registration opens
2-22 December, 2019 Online qualification
February, 2020 Club play-offs
27 & 28 March, 2020 ePremier League Finals

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