The all-new E-League kicks off this Saturday in Sydney all live on Twitch. And for Western United’s fresh duo of N8-Dylan and N8_Cenk, they are aiming high in the Green and Black’s inaugural season.
United’s Dylan Campbell (N8_Dylan) and Omer Cenk (N8_Cenk) are finalising their preparations for the first Matchday of E-League 2020 this Saturday.
“It has been a much-anticipated wait and I am very excited to showcase my ability on the big stage,” said 16-year-old N8_Dylan.
With his first season in the E-League about to start on Saturday, it will be a challenge for the talented teen.
But after traveling to Bucharest for the first EA FIFA Ultimate Team Champions Cup in November 2019 – and playing against some of the best in the world – he is confident he can perform on his native Xbox, and do Western United proud.
N8_Dylan added: “I couldn’t have asked for a more fitting teammate in Cenk, who has experience within the E-League after competing last season.”
N8_Dylan’s energy and fresh-thinking, along with N8_Cenk’s experience make for a terrific partnership in the green and black shirt.
N8_Cenk acknowledged that his confidence is high after some encouraging form in the EA FIFA Ultimate Team Weekend League competition.
And he has set himself some high expectations after a successful E-League 2019, where he finished in the Top 4.
He hopes”that we can achieve some fantastic results, and bring the Premiership to Western United.”
Matchday 1 games, streaming, venue and ticket details
Matchday 1 will feature 5 games, with a bye in the first round of the competition for the Green and Black duo.
Round 1 vs BYE
Round 2 vs Western Sydney Wanderers from 11:20 am
Round 3 vs Wellington Phoenix from 12:40 pm
Round 4 vs Adelaide United from 2 pm
Round 5 vs Melbourne City from 3:20 pm
Round 6 vs Central Coast Mariners from 4:40 pm
You can watch all the action live at ESL Sydney Studios, get your tickets here.
Can’t make it to the ESL Studios to watch live? Never fear, the event will be live-streamed on Twitch here.