Southampton FC ePL representatives crowned at St Mary's

By SFC Media Thu 14 Feb Club
Photo by James Bridle

With the ePremier League Grand Finals taking place in March, 32 fans descended on St Mary's for a chance to represent Saints.

Our two champions on the night were Venny and Rusher7x who will go on to take part in the ePL Grand FInals in London.

Venny won through to be crowned Southampton's PS4 champion having not lost a single game throughout qualifying or the play-offs.

Having received a bye in the Round of 16, Venny saw off the challenges of Sheathyy4 and joshaylward before a comprehensive 5-1 victory in the final against mpiccinelli18 booked his place in the Grand Finals.

Pre-tournament favourite Rusher7x emerged victorious in the Xbox One heats after a hard-fought 3-1 win against xBidss7.

Having also had the benefit of a bye in the Round of 16, Rusher7x also beat Lomas SZN and Ahmed7250 on his way to the tense finale.

Our two champions will represent Saints at the ePremier League Grand Finals set to be broadcast on Sky Sports, in London on the weekend of 28-29 March. Not only that, they also receive the following prizes courtesy of Southampton's partners:

- A tour of Southampton FC’s Staplewood training ground, plus a Legendary Lift to the ePL Final, courtesy of Main Club Sponsor Virgin Media

- The Ultimate Swag Bag featuring trainers, tracksuits and more, thanks to official kit Technical Partner Under Armour

- The Ultimate VIP Hospitality experience for you and a friend to Southampton FC v Fulham, including a framed signed 2018/19 home shirt, thanks to official energy and utilities partner Utilita

 

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