The all-new E-League 2020 season is almost upon us and Hyundai A-League clubs are finalising the signings who will aim to lead their clubs to glory.
As the announcements are made, you can find out which e-sports stars will be pulling on their team’s colours as the E-League returns for Season 3 in a brand new format.
ESL Studios in Sydney will play host to the two stages of the regular season, on Saturday, February 15 and Saturday, March 7, where 11 rounds of matches will be played.
The E-League 2020 Finals Series will be contested at the newly developed Fortress Melbourne, the largest gaming and esports venue in the Southern Hemisphere, on Saturday, May 9.
Which gamers will be in the hunt for silverware come the big dance? All we be revealed in the coming weeks. Here’s what we know so far….
Adelaide United: D-Ry10 (zBurgo) Story
Brisbane Roar: AussieFifaHD Story
Central Coast Mariners: KyrenFC Story
Melbourne City: saisanas Story
Melbourne Victory: RDOUBLETTT Story
Newcastle Jets: Fweshest Story
Perth Glory: FUTWIZ Dillon Story
Sydney FC: FUTWIZ Marko Story
Wellington Phoenix: Airbrn_ Story
Western Sydney Wanderers: Vince_23_23) Story
Western United: N8_Cenk Story
Adelaide United: JAz Story
Brisbane Roar: NaylorAU Story
Central Coast Mariners: JesseD1996 Story
Melbourne City: SoccerStar00777 Story
Melbourne Victory: MuadZwed Story
Newcastle Jets: N8 AKP0 Story
Perth Glory: SARGE FIFA Story
Sydney FC: FUTWIZ Jamie Story
Wellington Phoenix: Honey Badger Story
Western Sydney Wanderers: ANezer_ Story
Western United: N8_Dylan Story
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