Prize pool announced for 2019/20 ePremier League

By SFC Media time Fri 29 Nov Club

The Premier League has introduced a prize pool for the second season of ePremier League, meaning fans can represent Saints and be in with a chance of winning £20,000!

Staged in an online EA SPORTS FIFA 20 tournament, online qualification begins on Monday 2nd December with fans able to register now at e.premierleague.com.

After a hugely successful debut ePL season, the tournament returns for UK-based FIFA players to compete on either PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, with the added bonus of a prize pool.

BE IN WITH A CHANCE OF WINNING £20,000 AT THE EPL FINALS!

Registration is open until the end of the qualification period on 22 December.

After the top 32 gamers are confirmed from the online qualifiers, they’ll go head-to-head in the club play-off round to determine who will go on to represent Southampton at the Finals, with one representative for each console.

Miscellaneous

The runner-up in this season’s ePL will win £10,000, with the runners-up of the two console finals winning £5,000 each.

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?

REGISTER NOW FOR THE CHANCE TO REPRESENT SAINTS!

Key dates

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

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