Liverpool and West Ham tipped as favourites for cash prize in ePremier League final weekend.

Do you consider yourself a decent FIFA Ultimate Team player? Well, you certainly won’t have the skills of the pro-gamers competing in the 2022/23 ePremier League Finals. Held on March 25th and 26th, the tournament will feature some of the best FIFA 23 players from around the world, representing all 20 Premier League clubs. Two players from each club will compete for the title of ePremier League champion and a share of the £100,000 prize pool. Additionally, the four competitors from the top two clubs will earn spots in the EA SPORTS FIFA 23 Global Series Play-offs and Play-Ins. Hosted at Here East in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the competition will be broadcast on Sky Sports Premier League in the UK and across the league’s digital channels.

Who are the favorites to win? Jack Wignall, or ‘GoalPoacher,’ is the reigning champion and will represent West Ham United this year after winning with Norwich City last season. Another strong contender is Donovan Hunt, aka ‘Tekkz,’ who won the inaugural ePL tournament in 2018/19 and will be competing for Liverpool FC. Other players to watch include Tom Leese from Tottenham Hotspur and Billy Noble from Arsenal.

Prior to the grand finals, several finalists shared their favorite Ultimate Team cards from FIFA 23, including Tyreece Rowe from Southampton, Michael Fisher from Southampton, Billy from Arsenal, Kyrowley from Arsenal, Gary McInnes from Brentford, AdamRyan from Brentford, Alfie Calder from Nottingham Forest, Ricky Dhillon from Nottingham Forest, Dan Wright from West Ham, and Jack Wignall from West Ham. They each listed their favorite player cards in different positions, with some notable surprise inclusions and hidden gems.

Overall, the ePremier League Finals promise to be an exciting and highly competitive tournament, showcasing the skills of some of the best FIFA Ultimate Team players in the world.

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