The Dynamo Kyiv Esports e-football player Vitaliy ‘Labotryas’ Mukha continues to participate in the Global eLeagues online league, in which 32 of the Europe’s strongest e-football players were divided into 8 groups.
Although the tournament began more than two weeks ago (one match is held every Friday), the organizers asked not to disclose information until the live broadcast launch on March 13, 2018.
Labotryas got into a fairly strong D group, where his rivals have become Lee ‘ElTenTwelve’ representing the British esports organization Aerox eSports, Bob ‘KINGEP’ Van Uden, a Netherlands PEC Zwolle e-football player, as well as Ali Riza ‘II_Bruma_II’ Aygün from PSV.
Ali Riza ‘II_Bruma_II’ Aygün is well known to Vitaliy from FCDB CUP’17. The Netherlands club representative showed himself off really well at the tournament in Minsk, having become its champion. Labotryas will play with him on March 16.
Bob ‘KINGEP’ Van Uden from PEC Zwolle is not so well known to Ukrainian e-football fans, but his participation in the recent FUT 18 Champions Cup in Barcelona speaks of the e-athlete’s good level. KINGEP had a match with the Dynamo Kyiv Esports player on March 9.
In the first match in Global eLeagues, Vitaliy ‘Labotryas’ Mukha was opposed by a Welshman Lee ‘ElTenTwelve’, who had been in the top 100 of the world’s best players in FUT Champions for two consecutive months.
The players who took the first two places in the group got to the playoffs with the most successful members of the C group, which had also got a pretty good squad: representatives of Brøndby, RB Leipzig, Sparta Rotterdam, and a Turkish e-team Futbolist.
These matches can be watched already next Friday, March 23, on the Goal.com page in Facebook.
We note that the tournament winner will receive £1250, as well as the opportunity to win additional £2000 in the general final with the winner of a similar tournament on the Xbox. Semi-finals, finals, and the general final will be held in early May. Information on them will be disclosed by the organizers later.