The ePremier League (ePL) 2020/21 Online Finals take place from Tuesday 23 March, as some of the world's finest EA SPORTS™ FIFA 21 players compete for the chance to become ePL champion.
After the 20 Premier League clubs hosted thrilling ePL Playoffs, 40 competitors have advanced to the Online Finals, which begin with the Xbox One Group Stages and Quarter-finals on Tuesday 23 March (2-8pm).
The PlayStation 4® group stages and quarter-finals take place on Wednesday 24 March (2-8pm), with the eight best players making it through to Friday's Finals Day (6-10pm). They will compete for the coveted ePL trophy, a prize pool of £40,000 and all-important seats in the EA SPORTS FIFA 21 Global Series European Playoffs this summer.
Representing Albion are Luca Schilder in Xbox (seeded #7) and Marc Marley on PS4 (seeded #17).
Fans in the UK can watch on Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport online. The Finals will also be shown on Premier League channels (premierleague.com, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube) and http://twitch.tv/EASPORTSFIFA
Last season's ePL Xbox runner-up Marc Marley is once again through to the finals, this time representing Brighton & Hove Albion on PS4.
Other established names to watch out for from the EA SPORTS FIFA Global Series who will be competing include Spencer 'HUGE GORILLA' Ealing (Sheffield United), Diogo 'Falcons Diogo' Mendes (Chelsea), Tunahan 'Bundled Unsal' Ünsal (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Damian 'Damie' Augustyniak (Fulham), Olle 'Ollelito' Arbin (Leeds United) and Manchester City duo Ryan 'MCFC Ryan' Pessoa and Shaun 'Shellzz' Springette.