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25 March 2019

Kieran Cleeves
Albion are represented in the ePL finals.

The group stages have been drawn for the inaugural ePremier League finals tournament in London this week.

Last month, club playoff events were held at all Premier League clubs around the country, and at the Amex, Dan Hilliard and Ryan Caster won the chance to represent Albion on PlayStation and Xbox respectively.

In Albion’s PlayStation final, Dan Hilliard, from Hove overcame Rhys Merritt 6-3 over the two legs, and in the Xbox final, George Bacon agonisingly lost out to Caister on a golden goal after they could not be separated over the two legs.


The group stages for the finals will take place on Thursday 28th March, and the top two from each group will compete in the knockout stages the following day and will see the pair will face-off against the likes of Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea to be crowned ePL champions.

The 20 competitors have been drawn into four groups of five, with Hilliard, whose gamertag is Gingerninga95x, has been drawn in Group A of the tournament, and will take on representatives from Manchester United, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Burnley, as well as a showdown with rivals Crystal Palace.


Meanwhile in the Xbox event, Ryan Caister (gamertag Caister), will play in Group B against Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, AFC Bournemouth as well as another pairing with Crystal Palace.

The ePremier League finals will be broadcast live on Sky Sports from the Gfinity Arena in London.

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