With the ePremier League finals taking place between 23-26 March, we profile the remaining gamers.
After losing in the final of the club playoffs last year, Sean went one better this time around to qualify for the ePL finals for the first time.
The 29-year-old from Taunton is an experienced EA SPORTS FIFA player, having first played the game 13 years ago.
Sean hopes the extra practice and playing midweek tournaments will help him improve on some disappointing performances in the Global Series tournaments.
Are you a fan of the club you are representing, and how does it feel to be playing in the ePL finals for them?
Yes, I support Manchester United and it’s a dream come true. I can’t wait to represent them.
If you could meet one current Man Utd player, who would it be?
Mason Greenwood, because I hear he’s quite good at FIFA!
Which team would you most like to beat in the final? Which FIFA player is your biggest rival?
Talk us through your progress to the finals in this year’s competition? How did you perform in the qualifiers and what was the most memorable match of the playoffs for you?
I had been in great form for the week leading up to it so I was very confident, winning 7-4 and 9-0 in my first two games.
My most memorable match was definitely the final, when I was winning by two goals with five minutes left, knowing I had done it and achieved everything I had worked towards.
What would it mean for you to win the ePL title?
It would mean everything to me. I’ve competed for a very long time and it would easily be my biggest accomplishment.
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See: How they qualified
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.