The E-League 2020 Season is just over three weeks away and tickets are now on sale for the opening match day.
This season’s E-League competition is being played under a revamped format, with 11 rounds split over two Saturdays.
And the first of those match days is coming up on February 15 at the ESL Studios in Sydney, and you can be there!
Tickets for Match Day 1 of the E-League 2020 have now gone on sale and you can secure your seat by heading HERE.
We’ll keep you informed of when tickets will also be available for Match Day 2, which is being held on March 7.
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.
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