Represent Southampton in the ePremier League!

By SFC Media time Mon 04 Nov Club

The ePremier League is back for 2019/20 with registration now open for Saints fans to earn the chance to represent the club at the ePL Finals in March 2020.

UK-based players will have the chance to live their dream of winning a title for their club, with all 20 Premier League teams represented.

Saints fans can register for the online qualifiers at e.premierleague.com, ready for their chance of ePremier League glory.

REGISTER NOW!

The tournament – played out on EA SPORTS FIFA 20 - kicks off with open qualifiers in December, with players competing for three months across three rounds: online qualification, the live club play-offs to decide who will wear our colours at the ePL Final and the eventual live two-day showpiece event itself.

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The play-off round will see 32 gamers reduced to two, allowing two FIFA 20 competitors – one per platform (PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) – to advance to the Finals.

Key dates

4 November 2019: Registration opens
2-22 December 2019: Online Qualification
February 2020: Club playoffs
27-28 March 2020: ePremier League finals

Performing well in ePremier League will also earn players the bonus of valuable season-long EA SPORTS FIFA 20 Global Series Points used to qualify for the EA SPORTS FIFA 20 Global Series Playoffs.

Last year saw both Saints representatives, Rusher and Venny, qualify from the group stages before Rusher was knocked out by eventual Xbox champion F2Tekkz and Venny departed in the PlayStation semi-finals.

Think you've got what it takes to go all the way?

register now for your chance to represent saints!

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