With the ePremier League finals taking place between 23-26 March, we profile the remaining gamers.
After finishing inside the top eight in last year's ePL finals, Shaun made it through to represent Manchester City once again.
The 21-year-old from London grew up supporting Chelsea, but has gained a lot of love for Man City since signing for the club's eSports team in 2018.
Shaun has been working with a mental coach to try and improve his confidence and ability to handle pressure, and will hope to put that into practice to go one step further this time around.
How long have you been playing FIFA and how/when did you get into competitive gaming?
I’ve been playing FIFA ever since I was a kid. I'd say from FIFA 11 I started playing it every day after school. FIFA 17 was the year I went pro and qualified for my first tournament.
I was studying in sixth form and managed to finish top 12 in Europe which meant I qualified for the FUT Regional Tournament which was in Paris, and from there I've been on this rollercoaster since.
What else do you do other than your FIFA commitments?
I currently do this as my job. I have also played NBA2k and Call of Duty competitively.
If you could meet one current Man City player, who would it be and why?
What would it mean for you to win the ePL title?
It would mean so much for me. To win the ePL for my first trophy and Man City's first trophy in eSports, it would be an honour and a massive achievement.
I would hope it would give me the confidence I need to keep on striving for more.
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Meet: 2020/21 ePL finalists
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.