The ePremier League is back for its third edition, and you have the chance to represent your club!
Online qualifying is now underway, and you can register here.
Qualifying for the third season of the ePremier League is now underway.
Qualification is available from 5pm to 11pm on weekdays, and 8am to 11pm on weekends.
There are no limits to how many game you can play in this period.
Online qualification began on Monday, 4 January and will continue until the end of the month.
The tournament gives UK-based players the opportunity to represent their favourite club, all you must do is qualify…
You must be aged 16 or over to compete, and the competition is available only on PS4 and Xbox One (sorry Next Gen gamers).
Not only is there the honour of representing your favourite club, but there is also a hefty prize pot too!
The winner will take a share of £40,000 as well as taking home the trophy.
Click here for more information on ‘How to Play’.
Last year, Hashtag Tom (Tom Leese) took home the trophy. Here is what he had to say ahead of the tournament.
“Representing a big Premier League club is a crazy feeling for all the players involved.
A lot of the players obviously represent the club they support from when they were a kid, and being involved in a football club is pretty surreal for a lot of the FIFA players…
My message to anyone thinking of signing up for ePremier League is to definitely get involved.
It’s a great tournament, you get a lot of good practice by playing a lot of good players and you get the chance to represent the Premier League club you choose – you can’t really ask for much more.”
The competition begins with the online qualification phase. This will run from Monday, 4 January through until Sunday, 31 January.
The next stage is Club Playoffs which begin on Monday, 15 February to Wednesday, 3 March.
This will decide which players ultimately represent each club when the ePremier League finals commence.
The main event will take place later in the year with a date TBC.
Marc Marley's Tips & Tricks
Last year’s runner-up Marc Marley will be hoping to go one better this year.
We managed to catch up with him before the tournament and you can read his tips and tricks for competing here.