The Premier League announced this morning that they will be organizing a FIFA 19 league, alongside Electronic Arts. The league will be called the ePremier League (ePL) and will include all 20 Premier League clubs.
The ePL will be open to UK players, 16 years or older and online registration for qualification will begin on Dec. 3. The league will have its inaugural tournament in Jan. 2019, where 32 players will advance with 16 on PS4 and 16 on Xbox One. From there the 32 players will move onto the club playoff. All 20 teams will have a live playoff to give players a shot to compete in the ePL final. Clubs will have two players, one for each platform.
The ePL final will run from Mar. 28 through Mar. 29, 2019 and will be broadcast live on Sky Sports and the Premier League social media accounts. The tournament will be in a group stage format on both PS4 and Xbox One to determine an overall winner.
Those competing in the ePL will also gain points toward EA SPORTS FIFA 19 Global Series, but players will have to be registered on FUTChampions.com by Oct. 31 and be FIFA Ultimate Team Champions verified.
FIFA 19 is currently available for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. For more on FIFA 19, you can take a look at our official review of the game, or our expansive FIFA 19 wiki for any help you might need.