E-League: Jets confirm 2020 competitors


Newcastle Jets are excited to confirm our E-League competitors for the upcoming 2020 season.

As part of the FIFA 20 Global Series, our two competitors are eyeing a prestigious berth at the FIFA eWorld Cup in 2020.

Returning to the fold on the PS4 is Christian Bartolillo (Fweshest), who represented the Jets in Season 2 of the competition.

In his second season in Jets colours, Fweshest will be looking to go further than his maiden campaign where he helped claim Newcastle 8th spot before going out in the first elimination final to the eventual champion, Futwiz Marko.

Rounding out the side on the Xbox is Andy Phanouvong (N8 AKP0), who makes the switch from Brisbane Roar.

N8 AKP0 had a fantastic campaign in the orange and black last season, helping the club finish 2nd in the overall rankings before narrowly going down 2-0 across two legs in the Xbox Grand Final to Marcus Gomes.

The E-League is just under two weeks away from kicking off, on Saturday 15 February at ESL Studios in Sydney!

See below for all your E-League information…

Event Details

  • E-League 2020 Season – Match Day 1:             Saturday, 15 February 2020 @ ESL Studios, Sydney
  • E-League 2020 Season – Match Day 2:            Saturday, 7 March 2020 @ ESL Studios, Sydney
  • E-League 2020 Finals Series:                               Saturday, 9 May 2020 @ Fortress Melbourne

Key Points

  • Each Hyundai A-League Club will have two representative competitors (1 x PS4 and 1 Xbox One)
  • Each club will play against every other club once over 11 Rounds (two event days)
  • Points during the regular season will be calculated based on the aggregate results over the two console legs (PS4 + Xbox One) for the points table to determine the E-League 2020 Premiers.
  • Individual console results will then be used to determine the seedings structure for each console for the E-League 2020 Finals Series
  • Each Fixture in the E-League 2020 Finals Series will be over two legs.
  • The console winners will then play-off, over two-legs, for the title of E-League 2020 Champion
  • The E-League 2020 Champion will receive 450 Global Series Points

Match Day 1: Saturday 15 February 2020

Round 1: Melbourne Victory v Newcastle Jets

Round 2: Newcastle Jets v Melbourne City

Round 3: Newcastle Jets v Perth Glory

Round 4: Bye

Round 5: Newcastle Jets v Wellington Phoenix

Round 6: Sydney FC v Newcastle Jets

Match Day 2: Saturday 7 March 2020

Round 7: Newcastle Jets v Western United

Round 8: Western Sydney Wanderers v Newcastle Jets

Round 9: Newcastle Jets v Brisbane Roar

Round 10: Adelaide United v Newcastle Jets

Round 11: Central Coast Mariners v Newcastle Jets

E-League Finals Series: Saturday 9 May 2020
All matches are played over two legs

Playoff 1: 8th v 9th
Playoff 2: 7th v 10th
Playoff 3: 6th v 11th

QF1: 1st v Playoff 1 Winner
QF2: 4th v 5th
QF3: 2nd v Playoff 2 Winner
QF4: 3rd v Playoff 3 Winner

SF1: Winner of QF1 v Winner of QF2
SF2: Winner of QF3 v Winner of QF4

Console Finals
Winner of SF1 v Winner of SF2

E-League 2020 Grand Final
Winner of PS4 Final v Winner Xbox One Final