FIFA 23 is in full swing, which means the return of the competitive scene, giving amateurs and pros alike the chance to win silverware - and money!
The ePremier League is returning for the fifth year, giving fans the opportunity to represent their club and bring back the trophy.
Find out all you need to know about registering for the competition, the format and the prize pool, below.
With an open invite to the ePremier League, it will allow all levels of players to try to compete - from novice to pro.
You may have the talent on the virtual pitch to compete with the best, however, your mentality as a player will also be put to the test.
This is an area that often separates the pro players from the rest of us, with Shaun "Shellzz" Springette telling us in a recent interview:
"Every tournament I go to I think I can win it! Obviously, we take one game at a time, but our eyes are on the trophy."
It is this mindset that helped him win the 2020/21 ePL, which ended up going right down to penalties!
When we spoke to him at the time of his victory, Shellzz said:
"At this level, anyone can beat anyone – you’ve just got to perform under pressure and I believe if I perform at the best of my ability I can beat anyone. I always believed I could go all the way."
So, make sure when you take part in any stage of the ePremier League, your mentality is set to that of a winner!
Registration for the ePremier League is open now and can be found here.
You must be a UK resident aged 16 and over to enter, and play FIFA 23 Ultimate Team on PS5 or Xbox Series X|S, but apart from that, the competition is open to all!
Players of all abilities will compete for a place in the Club Playoffs by participating in a series of online open qualification tournaments, played using crossplay, throughout November.
The season’s Grand Final will take place on Saturday, 25 and Sunday, 26 Match, 2023, at Here East in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
After registering, players will compete in a series of online qualification tournaments, with the best advancing to the Club Playoffs.
Each of the 20 Premier League clubs will then narrow down the competitors and take forward two players, one per console, to represent them at the Grand Final.
The format of this season’s Grand Final will once again see each club’s representatives working collaboratively.
Each club will be represented by two players who will take part in a series of 1 vs 1 matches against pairings from other clubs, with one player competing per console.
If you plan to enter, you should also make sure you can be available on these key dates:
Online Qualification Tournaments
- Qualifier 1 - Tuesday, 1 and Wednesday, 2 November
- Qualifier 2 - Saturday, 5 and Sunday, 6 November
- Qualifier 3 - Tuesday, 8 and Wednesday, 9 November
- Online Qualifier Playoff - Tuesday, 15 and Wednesday, 16 November
Club Playoffs - November/December 2022 (precise dates to be confirmed by each club)
Grand Finals - Saturday, 25 and Sunday, 26 March
Additional key dates in the tournament calendar to be announced in due course.
There is a £100,000 prize pool on offer, with the four competitors from the top two clubs earning spots in the EA SPORTS FIFA 23 Global Series Playoffs and Play-Ins.
The prize pool is split as follows: