With the ePremier League finals taking place between 23-26 March, we profile the remaining gamers.
Eighteen-year-old Michael ends his first full year of playing EA SPORTS FIFA competitively by turning out for Leeds United in the 2020/21 ePL finals.
Born in Glenrothes, Scotland, he hopes to do better this time around after admitting he "performed badly" for Norwich City last year.
Are you a fan of the club you are representing and how does it feel to be playing in the ePL finals for them?
No, but I enjoy Marcelo Bielsa's football and it feels good. I would like to meet Bielsa.
Which team would you most like to beat in the final? Which FIFA player is your biggest rival?
Manchester United and I don't have one... Yet.
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?
I was the second seed going in as I didn't play as many games as the number one seed. I didn't lose in the playoffs and the most memorable match was the final!
What has been the most exciting thing about competing in ePL so far?
The relief of qualifying for a tournament and hopefully a good chance to showcase my talent.
What would it mean for you to win the ePL title?
It would mean my dream of becoming a FIFA champion being a reality.
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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.