The second set of finalists for the 2020/21 ePremier League have been decided as Burnley, Crystal Palace and Arsenal held their club playoffs yesterday.
Sixteen of the best players on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One battled it out to be the person to represent their club in the finals next month.
Salman Ahmad and Jasper Ashworth will represent the Clarets after dramatic victories in their club playoff finals.
Of the club's two eSports representatives, Ahmad went through on PlayStation 4, but hometown boy Bradley Colston, a past ePL finalist for Burnley, was stunned in the Xbox One final by Ashworth, losing 4-3 on aggregate.
For the Eagles, Michael "MP9Mike" Pereira and Alfie Roe came through to each book a place in the ePL finals for the first time.
Pereira recovered from a 3-1 first-leg deficit in the PS4 final to win 4-3, while the Xbox final was another tight affair, Roe triumphing 9-8 on aggregate.
After coming agonisingly close to qualifying last year, Joseph "TrojanSZN" Healy went one better to take the Gunners' Xbox One crown.
He will be joined by the PS4 winner Tassal "Tass" Rushan, who will be representing his beloved Arsenal in a third consecutive ePL Finals.
The club playoffs continue today, with the finalists from Aston Villa, Brighton & Hove Albion, Fulham and Sheffield United to be determined.