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The event featured 22 of the best professional FIFA gamers from across North America, each representing an MLS team, who were whittled down to eight with a regular season behind closed doors during the day prior to doors opening to the public. Four players from the Eastern Conference and four teams from the Western Conference will qualified for the quarterfinals. The public portion of the event had a single-elimination bracket to determine the champion, separated by conference until the championship game.
The gamers who excelled in League Series One are now in prime position to qualify for eMLS Cup. Tuesday's champion, doolsta, also claimed a $5,000 prize and trophy to go with it.
The eMLS League Series events – which will feature the full roster of eMLS players – will help determine the seeding for eMLS Cup presented by PlayStation in March. In turn, eMLS Cup participants will earn points for the EA SPORTS Global Series Playoffs, which give gamers a chance to qualify for the 2019 FIFA eWorld Cup.
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