eSuperliga Season 5 Upcoming

eSuperliga Season 5

Starting Nov 3, 2020 at 4:00pm

This year's FIFA eSuperliga 2021 season is going to be one for the ages. Last year we predicted FC Copenhagen and Brøndby IF to be the favorites, but that was not the case, as Vejle Boldklub ran away with the championship against all odds.

An unpredictable season

This year we expect nothing less, as the pandemic is still around, and all the teams have different ways to practice. So eSuperligaen will have a totally unpredictable outcome this time around.

Brand new experience!

With the new release of FIFA 21, October 6th, teams will have a very limited time to prepare for the new game mechanics.

The FIFA eSuperliga is the official FIFA league in Denmark, created by DreamHack, Divisionsforeningen and Discovery Networks. The prize pool of $56.000 is split between the top 8 teams in the league.

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Location

Studie 1, Copenhagen

Country

eSuperliga Season 5 is being held in Denmark Denmark

Prize pool

$56,000

Highlighted players

We have selected five players that you should look out for in eSuperliga Season 5 - because they are on the rise or is the best players right now. Use the information with common sense and don't use our subjective assessment in games or betting if you do not agree.

The Star of FC Copenhagen, Marcuzo. One of the most established FIFA players in Denmark. He has played all the seasons so far in the eSuperligaen, which has earned him a spot on the danish national team.

Together with Marcuzo on the national team is Fredberg, the star on Brøndby IF. Better known as “clutch-berg” for his clutch play in the final minutes of the game. He is also a former club world champion.

The biggest talent in Denmark, Arrow from Vejle Boldklub. Led his team to a eSuperliga season 4 win and was named MVP for the tournament as well. He is also a danish national team player.

Roberts from AaB is a player to watch, signed to Ruud Gullit's esports organization, because of his great upside as a FIFA player. Only thing missing, is him showing out in offline tournaments.

One of the best players last season was Niklas Jakobsen from Lyngby. Really have something to prove, after he was cut by Brøndby IF, despite his great performances.

Tournament format

Group Stage:

  • All 15 teams play each other one time in the Group Stage.

  • 7 matches will be played every round of the Group Stage (Tuesday/Wednesday every week), which means that one team will be inactive every round of the group play.

  • Top four teams will advance directly to the finals.

Playoffs:

  • #5-8th place in group stage will choose their own opponents between the #9-12th placed teams.

Finals:

  • The Finals consists of the 8 remaining teams.

  • The Finals includes four Quarter-Finals, two Semi-Finals and one Grand Final.