The Malta BOV ePremier League starts this Thursday 30th January 2019.
All 14 clubs will be represented by one of the players that have made it through to the offline phase!
Christian Spiteri was confirmed as our first seeded player back in November as the first ranked PS4 player in the EA Global Series Leaderboard for the 2018/2019 season.
Qualifiers started on the 21st of November where we saw two FUT verified players make it through. Shaun Galea (Brandsha) and Gianluca Sant (Txrbulense) sailed through to the next round showing they are a force to be reckoned with. Ryan Cauchi (ryanlegend15) won the 3rd place qualifier to seal his spot in the live phase after beating Ryan Micallef (ryan08100) who gained the 1st reserve spot.
Leon Vella won the 2nd qualifier on the 28th of November but had to be replaced by 1st reserve spot winner Ryan Micallef after Leon was subsequently banned by EA Sports during a disciplinary report. Luke Bartolo (lukebartolofifa) and Brandon Galea (bRandonN_93) added to the FUT verified players in the competition by making it safely through.
Qualifier was tense as expected, Maltese International Dunstan Vella won the qualifier and sealed his place in the competition after beating veteran Manuel Schembri (Haller10) in the final. Alessio Buhagiar (Alessio10) joined them after winning the 3rd place playoff, making the 3rd qualifier participants all new to the esports scene.
4th Qualifier was always going to be a daunting task to qualify from. 4 places to secure your spot in the Malta BOV ePremier League and the last chance to make it. Isaac Kyle Grima who showed consistency throughout the competition won the qualifier and writing his name on the list of participants after beating former PC gamer Ryan Galea (lawfu_lfc) in the final. Rudy Grech (RudyGrech__) and Michael Owen Micallef (il-Mizu) joined them as the last two participants making it through!
Who will the players represent in this year’s edition? Follow our social media pages for further information and the players’ interview_count.