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Arsenal and Manchester United will be going at-it again, this time in the online video gaming arena.
The two Premier League clubs will duke it out at the eFootball Championship Pro tournament.
It’s a four-month digital league and knockout football series that ends with a big final in the summer.
eSports gamers representing both teams will travel to Barcelona, Spain, to compete in video game football matches alongside players from six other clubs.
Professional gamers will also do battle for the likes of Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Roma, Monaco, AC Milan and Inter.
Monaco’s team won the competition last year as young computer superstars battled it out on the PS5 and Xbox blockbuster favourite.
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A spokesman for eFootball said: “For the first time in three years, 2023 will see the return of offline competition in the eFootball Championship Pro.
“All matches will be held in-person over in Barcelona, Spain.
“Unlike the 2022 edition of the tournament, match days will be spread across four different months, seeing a more evolving, progressive league format before the ultimate knockout stage to determine the winners.”
eFootball is a popular free-to-play football game on computer consoles, smart phones and tablets.
It was formerly known as Pro Evolution Soccer, which was first released in 1995 as a rival to the EA Sports Fifa series.
The new competition comes after maker Konami recently introduced ‘Friend Match’ mode to the console version.
It allows players to use their Dream Teams, match with friends, and test their personalised squads and tactics against one another.
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