With the ePremier League finals taking place between 23-26 March, we profile the remaining gamers.
A FIFA player for the past 10 years, Mitchell started competing competitively two years ago and represented Sheffield United in the 2019/20 tournament, getting eliminated at the group stage.
The 21-year-old is a huge football fan and used to analyse Inter Milan matches for one of the club's biggest websites.
How does it feel representing your club at the ePL finals?
I wouldn't call myself a fan but having represented the club in last season's tournament and again this year, I would say I've now got a slight soft spot for them and I now always hope they do well. It feels great to represent such a passionate, well-supported club and hopefully I can make them proud.
If you could meet one current Sheffield United player, who would it be?
I'd say Billy Sharp as he is Sheffield United through and through, and he just seems like a great person who has experienced a lot, so it would be good to meet him.
Who are your favourite players in the game?
What's been the most exciting part of being part of the ePL?
I would have to say just knowing that you're playing for the opportunity to represent a Premier League club. Only a small amount of people can achieve that, so to be one of the people that has got this far is amazing!
What would it mean for you to win the ePL title?
It would mean everything. To win a title such as the ePL is something every professional player works towards constantly. It's the ultimate goal we're all chasing to achieve.
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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.