Albion's ePremierLeague finalists confirmed!

Luca Schilder and Marc Marley to represent Albion at finals.

By Jemma Thrower • 18 February 2021

The professional FIFA players came out in force on Wednesday night for a thrilling ePremier League club play-off.

Following our live event, Bundled Luca (Xbox) and MarcMarleyyy,  (PlayStation) will go through to represent Albion at the ePL finals next month.

PS4 Winner – MarcMarleyyy

The PlayStation final saw MarcMarleyyy record a 7-1 win against Footi2k.

Earlier in the competition Marc had been 7-5 down with seven minutes to play in his game against ChristianW26, but he scored two goals in the final minutes to force a golden goal scenario.

As a previous ePL runner-up in the Xbox category, MarcMarleyyy changed to PlayStation for this event with a makeshift squad and no ‘icons’ available, making his winning position all the more impressive.

On winning MarcMarleyyy said, "It’s been a long day to be honest! I wasn't playing as well as I would have liked.

"After the golden goal happened that gave me the boost I needed, I am Scottish and we always need to do things the hard way.

"It’s a massive achievement for me, I did an interview with the Premier League before the original qualifiers started and said that it is the best UK tournament.

"It was a gamble to play on a different console, but it’s nice to see it pay off. I can’t wait to represent Brighton and hopefully we can go one step further than last year."

Xbox Winner – Bundled Luca

The Xbox final saw Bundled Luca come up against SAF 1mpactZ, last year’s Albion play-off champion.

The end of the first leg saw the professional Bundled player leading 3-1 with a final score of 5-2 after the second match.

Bundled Luca said, "I’m really happy that I can represent Brighton in the ePremier League.

"I’m just happy that I managed to win it all. In a lot of games and tournaments I narrowly missed out, so I am very happy to have won!

"It’s one of the best leagues in the world against the best players - I got the chance from my organisation to play and I’m just very happy I could win it for them."

The event was streamed live in conjunction with our official energy drink partner Monster Energy on the club’s YouTube and Facebook channels. Fans can watch the action again here.

Both players will now represent the Albion next month when they meet the play-off champions from the other Premier League clubs in the ePL tournament finals.

We will support and follow them both in the next stage!