UK FIFA star Donovan 'F2Tekkz' Hunt has added yet another title to his collection: this time it's the inaugural ePremier League.
Playing for Liverpool, F2Tekkz beat Manchester United's Kyle 'KyleLeese_' Leese 6-2 in the grand final, winning 4-1 on PS4 and 2-1 on Xbox One.
F2Tekkz also came back from a 2-0 deficit versus Fulham's Diogo 'SCP Diogo' Mendes to win the Xbox final 4-3.
KyleLeese_ beat Chelsea's Jas 'Jas1875' Singh 3-2 in the PS4 final before falling to F2Tekkz in the grand final.
It's the latest title for F2Tekkz, having won a string of FUT Champions Cups including this one in Bucharest.
"This is my favourite one, to be honest," he said on the Liverpool website. "A lot of aspects came into it, representing Liverpool is the main one.
"I came into the tournament so nervous, I started awful, but I eased into it throughout the days and now I’m champion."
— F2Tekkz (@F2Tekkz) March 29, 2019
F2Tekkz picked up the lion's share of FIFA Global Series points as he looks towards the FIFA eWorld Cup later in the year.
40 players took part in the ePremier League - two for each Premier League club.
Question marks remain around the ePremier League: Lack of prize money 'not acceptable'
While it was great to see all 20 Premier League clubs embracing esports in this tournament, it wasn't without its critics.
But the main criticism was around its prize pool, or lack thereof.
The ePremier League didn't have any prize money available to players - just FIFA Global Series points.
Team Envy's UK FIFA player Jas Singh called on EA for greater prize pools in FIFA tournaments, and criticised the lack of prize money in the ePremier League.
He said on Twitter: "We competitors perform, put out our best efforts, bring viewers to EA's social channels and end up going home empty-handed regardless.
"It's not just this one event, the whole year FUT Champions Cups have offered absolutely awful prize money. In the previous two Champs Cups you could have twice finished top 8 in the world and gone home with a maximum of $750. Sorry but this ain't acceptable."
My thoughts on the prize pools at competitive FIFA tournaments pic.twitter.com/RdaIUBKbUC
— Jas (@Jas1875x) March 29, 2019