They came out on top among eight Xbox and PlayStation players who had qualified online for the live event at the Amex.
The tournament featured a series of upsets with 2018/19 Albion play-off winners Dan Hilliard and Ryan Caister both exiting in the early stages.
On Xbox Zac Moore, another firm favourite going into the competition, also went out in the early stages.
Pre-tournament outsider Jamie Hindle beat several players before falling to Keeley in the semi-finals. Keeley then beat Oscar Butmai 2-1 over two legs in the final.
On PlayStation, Higgins came into the tournament having recently signing for Gareth Bale’s eSports team, and has competed at several global series events this season.
In the semi-final, Higgins beat Kai Vaid, who finished in top spot in the online qualifiers, and then proved successful over two legs against Salman Ahmed to progress to the ePremier League final.
The ePremier League finals take place in London on 27th and 28th March, where they will compete against all 19 other clubs for the chance to be crowned ePremier League champion.
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