E-League FIFA 18 competition kicks off tonight on Fox Sports

Brodie Fogg 15 February 2018 NEWS

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The nation's best FIFA 18 players will represent Hyundai A-League teams.

Foxtel is getting on the esports bandwagon tonight, with an Australian-focused FIFA competition. The inaugural E-League competition will see ten teams of the country's best FIFA 18 players represent the Hyundai A-League Clubs.

Starting tonight at 8:00pm on Fox Sports, the E-League will stream weekly at the same time each Thursday. The season will last nine rounds, finishing with a Grand Final between the top two teams.

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Each match will be hosted by EA Sports' Brittany Austin with additional commentary from YouTubers TheMasterBucks and JarradHD, Matildas and Sydney FC's Amy Harrison, and esports analyst Nathan Patrick.

The first round will match up Melbourne Victory with Brisbane Roar, Melbourne City with Sydney FC, Western Sydney Wanderers with the Newcastle Jets, Wellington Phoenix with Perth Glory and Adelaide United with Central Coast Mariners.

Watch now : Stream E-League live with Foxtel Now

Watch now : Stream E-League live with Foxtel Now from Foxtel Now

Australia's top FIFA 18 players are representing A-League clubs in the inaugural E-League competition.

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If you're not subscribed to Foxtel or its streaming service Foxtel Now, you will be able to stream the E-League live over Twitch or through the Hyundai A-League's live Facebook stream.

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