With the ePremier League finals taking place between 23-26 March, we profile the remaining gamers.
Marc from Motherwell, is one of the top-ranked FIFA players in Scotland.
He finished as runner-up to Tom "Hashtag Tom" Leese in last season's cross-console Grand Final, after winning the Xbox competition for AFC Bournemouth.
The 20-year-old is now playing for Brighton & Hove Albion having been inspired by the club's head coach, Graham Potter.
He has been playing FIFA since the age of six and this will be his third season taking part in ePL.
How does it feel representing your club at the ePL finals?
I'm not a Brighton fan, no, however I am a massive fan of Graham Potter. I think he is a great manager who tries to play football the right way.
If you could meet one current Brighton player, who would it be?
I would like to meet Alexis Mac Allister and ask him about Scottish heritage with his family despite him being from Argentina.
Who's your favourite player in the game?
My favourite players in FIFA every year are always icons Ruud Gullit and R9 Ronaldo.
What's been the most exciting part of being part of the ePL?
The most exciting thing for me is always getting the chance to represent a Premier League club. I also like the chance to prove myself against the other top players in the UK.
What would it mean for you to win the ePL title?
It would mean a lot to me. The winner's trophy is the only one I haven't got in ePL. It's the one I want the most.
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Fans in the UK can watch the finals on Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport online. They will also be shown on Premier League channels and EA SPORTS' FIFA Twitch channel, as well as being made available to viewers around the world by international licensees.