FIFA 22 ePremier League: Where to Watch on TV, Preview, Favorites and Prize Money

The ePremier League is the official eSports event of the Premier League. The grand finale of the competition will take place this weekend on March 26th and 27th, 2022, with the event being streamed live on various platforms.

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The ePremier League is back in 2022, with 40 players set to compete in FIFA 22 this weekend to become the ePremier League champion.

The ePremier League is the official eSports competition of the Premier League. Played on fifa 22on next-gen consoles, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.

This year’s competition changes the format as players work together for the first time, taking part in a series of 1v1 matches against pairings from other clubs, with one player per console.

The prize pool for the competition has been raised to its highest level this year with a total prize pool of £100,000. There are also three spots on offer for the top ranked players in the ePremier League Global Series Playoffs where the winner of the competition will take home £30,000.

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The 2022 version of the ePremier League is the first in-person ePremier League event since the inaugural event in 2019 Liverpool and Tekkz took home the trophy. Since then, Excel’s Tom Leese, formerly of Hashtag United, and Manchester City’s Shellzz have won the competition at online events. Tekkz and Tom will compete for Liverpool and Tottenham respectively this year, but City’s Shellzz didn’t manage to qualify for the finals, which came as a big shock.

Due to the change in format, with clubs going head-to-head in two matches on Xbox and PlayStation, with points totals deciding the winner, there are some truly intriguing encounters this year.

The ePremier League is the official eSports competition of the Premier League. Played on FIFA 22, on next-gen consoles, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.

Former ePremier League winner and Excel eSports athlete Tom Leese represents Tottenham with Excel teammate Spencer “Gorilla” Ealing, who is a former eWorld Cup winner.

Liverpool are represented by Fnatic duo Tekkz, a former winner of the competition, and Diogo Mendes, while Crystal Palace’s representatives are both from FUTWIZ, with Ethan Higgens and Jacob Benskin representing the Eagles. Hashtag United has also locked itself out Watfordthrough their esports stars Alex Shaw and Tom Stokes.

“It’s an honor to represent Tottenham and I’d love to win the ePremier League title for them,” said former ePremier League champion Tom Leese.

“Nobody has ever won the tournament more than once, so it would be unreal for me to be the first person to do it. I’m looking forward to the Grand Finals as it’s the first in-person event in over two years. ”

Inaugural ePremier League winner Donovan ‘Tekkz’ Hunt said: “I’m a huge Liverpool fan so to represent the club for the fourth year running means a lot. The new team-based format of the Grand Finals is really exciting and means I have to work closely with my partner Diogo if we’re going to win. I look forward to getting started!”

Key Dates of the 2021/22 ePremier League Grand Finals

Saturday, March 26 (11pm-10pm GMT)

group stages

Sunday, March 27 (11:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. GMT)

Quarterfinals, semifinals and finals

ePremier League 2021/22 Grand Finals Groups:








Tottenham Hotspur





West Ham United


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Manchester City

Manchester United

Newcastle United


Leicester City


Norwich City

This is how you can watch the final of the ePremier League 2021/22 live.

Here is the full 2021/22 ePremier League prize pool:

  • 1st place – £30,000
  • 2nd place – £15,000
  • 3rd/4th place – £7,500
  • 5th-8th place – £5,000
  • 9th to 16th place – £2,500

Additionally, three seats will be offered to senior players in the EA SPORTS FIFA 22 Global Series Playoffs.

First League Chief Commercial Officer Will Brass said, “We are excited to once again host the ePremier League Grand Finals as a live event, with all finalists competing in the same arena. This will increase the excitement for both participants and viewers from home.

“We have some of the world’s best players competing alongside newcomers keen to make their mark on the biggest stage. The new team-based format introduced for this year’s finals will add a completely different dynamic and put the club more in the spotlight than the individual.

“As with previous finals, I have no doubt that there will be plenty of drama throughout the weekend and I look forward to seeing which two players can lift the ePremier League trophy for their club.”

The broadcast will be hosted by veteran sports and entertainment presenters Rachel Stringer, Kyle Walker and Nicole Holliday, and commentators will include eSports experts Brandon Smith, Richard Buckley and Lisa Manley.

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