This weekend, PES 2020 will be streaming their team esports competition eFootball.Pro live from Barcelona.
Taking place at the Highvideo Studios in Barcelona, fans will be able to watch via the officialPES YouTube and Facebook accounts and follow the action as Europe’s best eFootball teams go head-to-head in 3v3 co-op matches.
- 13:15 CET: Boavista vs Juventus
- 14:05 CET: AS Monaco vs Nantes
- 14:55 CET: Celtic vs Manchester United
- 15:45 CET: Barcelona vs Arsenal
- 16:35 CET: Bayern Munich vs Schalke
All eyes will be on the featured match of the day, which sees Bayern Munich and Schalke locking horns.
The only two German clubs on PES 2020 will go head to head, first in the esports arena and then again at the Allianz Arena on Saturday evening for their Bundesliga clash.
Matchday 3 will see two of the top teams from the tournament to date go up against each other.
With AS Monaco leading the table by three points, Nantes will be hoping to close the gap against their French opponents as they look to take the first-ever eFootball.Pro title.
Juventus will aim to continue their free-scoring nature from
Matchday 2, after scoring a total of eight goals against Schalke, when they
come up against Boavista this weekend.
Juventus vs Schalke highlights
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Aspiring esports players still have the opportunity to participate in eFootball.Open, an online esports tournament played via the “Matchday” mode in PES 2020.
Online qualifiers are open now but close on February 9th, with the top 50 ranked players per club for each region advancing to the online finals.