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The Premier League is back on the field, but in virtual mode

The Premier League is back on the field, but in virtual mode

The world of football, as well as many other sports extras, on their knees due to CoVID-19. The English Premier League, as well as all the other leagues, currently suspended, although the players will return to the field today for an obviously virtual charity event. Space, therefore, for eSports.

The ePremiere League Invitational is an event where real football stars and celebrity fans will test their skills in eSports. It will last five days and will see 20 different teams involved, with the formula of the knockout tournament. The winner will take home the title of champion ePremier League Invitational and all proceeds will go to the #PlayersTogether fund, in support of the National Health Service.

Alexander-Arnold's Liverpool will clash against musician Tom Grennan, longtime fan of Manchester United, who will represent the Red Devils. Among other clashes, Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Moussa Sissoko will face Newcastle United's Christian Atsu.The Premier League is back on the field, but only virtual

The tournament started right now, and the opening round includes four games per day. All games will be broadcast on and viewers will be able to watch the match through the Premier League website, app or social channels. Coverage will also be available through the Sky Sports channels of YouTube and Twitch, as well as through the Football Daily YouTube channel. The complete match program available at this address.