eMLS League Series Two set for Feb 17 in Dallas

The eMLS League Series consists of two series, the first of which happened last month. The second series of FIFA 19 action is set to begin on February 17, 2019 at the National Hall of Fame in Dallas, Texas. Check out all the details below.

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There will be 22 teams competing in this upcoming event, each team will select a single gamer in a draft that will represent them in competition. Atlanta United, D.C. United and FC Cincinnati are new esports clubs and will be competing in both the eMLS League Series events and eMLS Cup.

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The five players with the most accumulated points across both the eMLS League Series events, as well as the eMLS Cup regular season, will be seeded into the eMLS Cup finals bracket. Fans will be able to watch this event live from February 17 on Twitch and Twitter.

More: FIFA eClub World Cup groups confirmed for February 9 & 10, 2019

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The eMLS League Series is very important to professional FIFA players, as it determines the seeding for the eMLS Cup. Furthermore, there are some tasty rewards on offer, with the winner of the eMLS League Series Two set to receive $5000.

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Although the eMLS Cup is yet to be announced, as this event determines the seeding, that’s a big enough incentive in itself. The eMLS Cup also provides an opportunity to compete in the FIFA eWorld Cup, which is the biggest FIFA eSports event. Check out the eMLS League Series Two roster below…

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eMLS League Series Two Roster

Eastern Conference

Atlanta UnitedRatedHugo – Jose Hernandez

Chicago FireBITW18 II – Enrique Espinoza

CincinnatiFCC Fiddle – Gordon Thornsberry

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Columbus CrewCrewSC Nenad – Nenad Stojkovic

DC UnitedRenatogz05 – Renato Zanelli

Montreal ImpactLyesMTL – Lyes Ould-Ramoul

New EnglandJKO1707 – John Oliveira

New York CityNYC_CHRIS – Christopher Holly

New York Red BullsMike LaBelle – Mike LaBelle

Orlando CityFIFA Abe – Abraham Valbuena

Philadelphia Uniondoolsta – Cormac Dooley

TorontoPhilB94 – Philip Balkhe

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Western Conference

Colorado RapidsBuckArmy – Connor Buckley

FC DallasAlanAvi – Alan Avila

Houston DynamoKid M3mito – Guillermo Trevino

LA GalaxyGGGodfather – Giuseppe Guastella

MinnesotaJayAdams – Jason Adams

Portland TimbersRctid_Thiago – Edgar Guerrero

San Jose EarthquakesCaliSCG – Alan Ortega

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Seattle SoundersTheMarsBars – Nick Mars

Sporting Kansas CitySKC Cissé – Macisse Diop

Vancouver WhitecapsSkill Shack – Erfan Hosseini

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