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EA has announced the 2022/23 ePremier League

Registration for the tournament is now open for residents in the UK.

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EA Sports and the Premier League has officially announced the return of the ePremier League, which will be back for its fifth season to match the 2022/23 football season.

The ePremier League will be returning as soon as November, when the first round of qualifiers begin. There will be three sets of qualifiers held between November 1-2, 5-6, and 8-9, all before an online qualifier playoff between November 15-16. This will then lead into the Club Playoffs throughout November and December, and after this we can look forward to the grand finals on March 25-26, 2023 at London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, where players will compete for a share of a £100,000 prize pool, and for some silverware for the respective club they represent. The top four players from the top two clubs from this tournament will also earn a spot in the FIFA 23 Global Series Playoffs and Play-Ins.

"We are delighted to announce the return of the ePremier League for a fifth season and to once again offer UK-based gamers the chance to represent their favourite Premier League club in serious competition," said Will Brass, Premier League chief commercial officer. "In previous years we have seen a mix of new and established FIFA players competing for the ePremier League title, providing great drama and excitement which has captivated fans all over the globe."

The tournament will be played using current-gen consoles only, and residents over the age of 16 in the UK can now sign up to be part of the qualifiers.


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