Wolves will be represented in the inaugural ePremier League (ePL) tournament, a new eSports competition, which was announced earlier today by the Premier League and Electronic Arts Inc.
UK-based players will have the chance to compete for and represent their favourite Premier League club for the first time ever in competitive gaming. All 20 Premier League clubs are represented in the tournament, giving players the chance to win a title for their favourite club.
The ePL competitive gaming tournament on EA SPORTS FIFA 19 kicks off in January 2019 and players will compete for three months across three rounds: online qualification, live club play-offs and the eventual live ePL final, to be played in London on March 28th-29th 2019 and broadcast live on Sky Sports and Premier League social media channels.
Yesterday it was announced that Flávio has signed with Wolves to become the first Brazilian in history to represent a Premier League club in eSports. He will link up with Torin Page, who became the club’s first eSports signing in September.
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