Star names to compete in the e-Premier League FIFA 20 tournament, which will take place in FIFA 20 with the participation of real Premier League players, have been announced. The tournament, which will start on April 21, includes many famous names from Raheem Sterling to Wilfried Zaha.
As you know, even though the sports activities that attract the attention of the audience are delayed, the matches in the world of e-sports are still continuing. Aware of this situation, the British Premier League (EPL) management decided to bring the matches to the virtual environment. Those who will compete in this event, which will bring game and football fans together in the same line, will again become the real stars of football.
All proceeds from the tournament, where Raheem Sterling, Wilfried Zaha, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Moussa Sissoko and many more Premier League stars will challenge each other in FIFA 20, will be donated to the #PlayersTogether initiative that EPL players created to raise money for the UK National Health Service (NHS).
Featured matches of the tournament:
Turkey announced on April 21, the fixture of the tournament which will begin at 14:00 clock. Accordingly, the matches to be played in the first leg of the tournament will be as follows:
1st Round / April 21 (will start at 14:00 CET)
1A – John McGinn (AVL) vs Neal Maupay (BHA)
1B – Josh Franceschi (ARS) vs Nathaniel Chalobah (WAT)
1C – Dwight McNeil (BUR) vs Ryan Fredericks (WHU)
1D – Philip Billing (BOU) vs Angus Gunn (SOU)
Last 16/22 April (TSI will start at 14.00)
2A – Raheem Sterling (MCI) vs Wilfried Zaha (CRY)
2B – Tom Grennan (MUN) vs Trent Alexander-Arnold (LIV)
2C – Reece James (CHE) vs Andre Gomes (EVE)
2D – Moussa Sissoko (TOT) vs Christian Atsu (NEW)
Last 16/23 April (TSI will start at 14.00)
2E – Diogo Jota (WOL) vs Wilfred Ndidi (LEI)
2F – Todd Cantwell (NOR) vs Lys Mousset (SHU)
2G – 1A Winner vs 1D Winner
2H – 1B Winner vs 1C Winner
Where can the matches be watched?
Fans will be able to follow the matches through the official website and app of the Premier League throughout the week, as well as through YouTube, Facebook and Twitter channels. In addition, Sky Sports YouTube and Twitch channels and Football Daily YouTube channel will also broadcast the tournament live.
4 matches will be played in the opening rounds of the tournament from Tuesday, April 21 to Friday, April 24, starting from 14:00. Semi-finals and finals will start at 17.00 on Saturday, April 25. You can use this link to learn more about the matches and the system of operation in the tournament.