• ePremier League

    Liverpool's Donovan Hunt?(F2Tekkz) is the ePremier League Champion, having been crowned from 40 of the UK’s best gamers who took part in the inaugural 2019 tournament final.

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    As the Xbox winner in the final, the world No 1 took on the PlayStation winner, Man Utd's Kyle Leese?(KyleLeese_), and won 6-2 in the Grand Final in London on 28-29 March, with the event being broadcast live on Sky Sports and the Premier League's?digital channels.

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    See: F2Tekkz claims ePremier League title

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    The road to the Final

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    The inaugural ePremier League kicked off on 5 January 2019 for UK players of EA SPORTS FIFA 19 aged 16 or over only.?

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    Over the next three months, they competed across three rounds: online qualification, live Club playoffs and the eventual ePremier League Final.

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    In online qualification in January, registered players faced each other to find the 16 best players on PlayStation 4 and the 16 best on Xbox One. These 32 players advanced to the Club playoffs.

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    All 20 Premier League clubs hosted a live playoff round, giving two EA SPORTS FIFA 19 competitors, one for PlayStation and one for Xbox, the right to advance to the?ePremier League Final.

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    The Grand Final

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    The 20 PlayStation and 20 Xbox players were split into four groups of five, from which the top two qualified for the knockout stages.

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    The winner of the PlayStation category (Kyle Leese) then took on the Xbox winner (Donovan Hunt) in the cross-console Grand Final.

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    Hunt, the World No 1 ranked EA SPORTS FIFA player on Xbox, won both legs to be crowned the inaugural ePremier League Champion for Liverpool.

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    See: ePL Final: Day 2 results and reports???

    See:?ePL Final: PlayStation group stage results and standings?

    See:?ePL Final: Xbox group stage results and standings

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    Club playoff results

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    (Click on the clubs to see which players qualified for the playoffs)

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    Date

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    Venue

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    XBox winner

    PS winner

    11/02/2019 ?Fulham ?Craven Cottage ?Diogo Mendes ?Jarvis Denham
    12/02/2019 ?Brighton & Hove Albion ?Amex Stadium ?Ryan Caister ?Dan Hilliard
    13/02/2019 ?AFC Bournemouth? ?Vitality Stadium ?Marc Marley ?Craig JC
    14/02/2019 ?Southampton ?St Mary's ?Reece Rusher ?Owen Venn
    15/02/2019 ?Chelsea ?Stamford Bridge ?Ryan Pessoa ?Jas Singh
    18/02/2019 ?Tottenham Hotspur ?The Tottenham Experience ?Kylem Edwards ?Simon Nystedt
    19/02/2019 ?West Ham United ?London Stadium ?Jamie Rigden ?Gledis Rustemi
    20/02/2019 ?Crystal Palace ?Selhurst Park ?Michael Faria ?Damian Augustyniak
    21/02/2019 ?Cardiff City ?Cardiff City Stadium ?Rhys Griffiths ?Luke Mcilwee-Davies
    22/02/2019 ?Arsenal ?Emirates Stadium ?Tassal Rushan ?Curtis Poole
    25/02/2019 ?Liverpool ?Anfield Superstore ?Donovan Hunt ?Dariosh Krowner
    27/02/2019 ?Wolverhampton?Wanderers ?Molineux Stadium ?Joe Evison ?Torin Page
    28/02/2019 ?Everton ?Goodison Park ?Dan Potts ?Simon Duxbury
    01/03/2019 ?Manchester City ?Etihad Campus ?Connor Keys ?Kai Wollins
    02/03/2019 ?Leicester City ?King Power Stadium ?Alex Shaw ?Charanpreet Dhinsa
    04/03/2019 ?Manchester United ?Old Trafford ?Josh Jones ?Kyle Leese
    05/03/2019 ?Newcastle United ?St James' Park ?Jake Simpson ?James Greene
    06/03/2019 ?Huddersfield Town ?PPG Canalside Training Ground ?Thomas Painter ?Jordan Croft
    07/03/2019 ?Burnley ?Turf Moor ?Bradley Colston ?Sheikh Iqbal
    08/03/2019 ?Watford ?Vicarage Road ?Luke Carpenter ?Adam Ryan

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    ePL tournament structure

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    ePremier League key dates

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    3 December 2018 09:00 GMT - Registration opened (closing 4 January)

    UK players registered online for the ePremier League from this date.

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    5 January 2019 - Online qualification

    Players competed against each other on their platforms in a cup format to determine the top 16 Club playoff finalists for PlayStation and top 16 for Xbox.

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    February-March 2019 - Club playoffs

    The top 16 players for PlayStation and for Xbox faced each other in a half-day tournament to determine the club representative for each platform.

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    28-29 March 2019 - ePremier League Final

    The final took place in London, broadcast live on Sky Sports and Premier League digital channels.

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    Matches were over two legs in a group-stage format for PlayStation and Xbox before knockout rounds determined a winner for each console. The two then met to determine an overall champion.

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