Konami Digital has announced the livestream schedule ahead of the fourth Matchday of the eFootball.Pro competition, played on eFootball PES 2020, which will be held this weekend on Saturday, February 8th.
The games will take place at the Highvideo Studios in Barcelona. Fans will be able to watch via the official YouTube and Facebook accounts, following the action as Europe’s best eFootball teams go head-to-head in 3v3 CO-OP matches:
The streaming schedule is as follows:
- 13:15 CET: FC Schalke 04 vs FC Barcelona
- 14:05 CET: FC Nantes vs Arsenal FC
- 14:55 CET: Juventus vs Manchester United
- 15:45 CET: Boavista FC vs FC Bayern München
- 16:35 CET: Celtic FC vs AS Monaco
Going into Matchday 4, Arsenal FC sit bottom of the table with only one win from their six fixtures to date. They take on a Nantes team that struggled against league leaders AS Monaco last time out.
Second placed FC Bayern have a tough fixture against Boavista FC, who have surprised many over the previous Matchdays. The Portuguese side are perhaps unlucky to be sitting in seventh place after giving Juventus a scare during the previous game week.
Meanwhile, the game between Juventus and Manchester United could go either way. Juventus have the joint second highest goals scored in the competition, so the fixture certainly promises action.
Schalke are sitting two points behind Barcelona, aiming to leapfrog the Spanish side this gameweek. It would be a much-needed result for both sides as they looking to secure place in the top six qualifying berths.
In the final game of the day, undefeated league leaders AS Monaco will take on a Celtic side who registered their first win of the tournament during Matchday 3. Monaco will look to continue their goalscoring form, with ASM Kilzyou, ASM Lotfi and ASM Usmakabyle hoping to stay top the goals and assists rankings.
Highlights from AS Monaco’s fixture against FC Nantes on Matchday 3 can be seen on the official YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3JN5bYoJkw
Current League Table
Aspiring esports players can still participate in eFootball.Open, an online esports tournament played via the “Matchday” mode in eFootball PES 2020. This will be the last week where online qualifiers are open before they close on February 9th, after which the top 50 players for each club will advance to the online finals.
The 50 ranked players per club per region for each platform will then compete against each other in order to reach the Regional Finals in May.
Further information about the eFootball.Open competition can be found at the following link – https://efootballpro.konami.net/open/overview/efootball-open/
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