ePremier League returns for 2022/23!

By SFC Media time Tue 18 Oct ePremier League
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The Premier League and Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:EA) today announce the return of the ePremier League for the 2022/23 season. Returning for a fifth year, the competition gives Premier League and EA SPORTS™ FIFA fans a chance to win silverware for their favourite club.

Players will be competing for a prize pool of £100,000, with the four competitors from the top two clubs earning spots in the EA SPORTS FIFA 23 Global Series Playoffs and Play-Ins.

Registration for this year’s tournament is open now to UK residents aged 16 and over. Players of all abilities will compete for a place in the Club Playoffs by participating in a series of online open qualification tournaments, played using crossplay, throughout November.

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This season’s Grand Final will take place on 25 and 26 March 2023 at Here East in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, where the two best players from all 20 Premier League clubs will compete to find out which club will be named ePremier League Champions.

ePremier League 2022/23 key dates and information

Online Qualification Tournaments
• Qualifier 1 1/2 November 2022
• Qualifier 2 5/6 November 2022
• Qualifier 3 8/9 November 2022

Online Qualifier Playoff: 15/16 November 2022

Club Playoffs: November/December 2022 (precise dates to be confirmed)

Grand Finals: 25-26 March 2023

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