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BREAKING: ePREMIER LEAGUE LAUNCHED
The ePL tournament kicks off in January 2019 and players will compete for three months across three rounds: online qualification, live club play-offs and the eventual live ePL Final.
The Premier League and its clubs, alongside EA SPORTS, today announce the inaugural ePremier League (ePL) tournament, a new gaming initiative allowing UK-based supporters to represent their favourite teams on FIFA 19.
Fans will have the chance to live their dream of winning a title for their favourite club, with the ePL final to be played in London in March 2019 and broadcast live on Sky Sports and Premier League social media channels.
The ePL tournament kicks off in January 2019 and players will compete for three months across three rounds: online qualification, live club play-offs and the eventual live ePL Final.All 20 Premier League clubs will have a live play-off round allowing two FIFA 19 competitors, one per platform (PlayStation 4 and Xbox One), a chance to advance to the final. Registrations for the tournament will open in December.
Further tournament details including registration information will be released in the coming months.
ePremier League key dates:
3 December 2018 – Registration opens
January 2019 – Online qualification
February and March 2019 – Club playoffs
28 and 29 March 2019 – ePremier League finals