Two players were successful in the ePremier league playoffs for Liverpool and will go on to represent the club in the Grand Finals.

Donovan ‘Tekkz’ Hunt, last season’s overall winner, will be representing Liverpool FC again for the XBOX edition.

And Oliver Hall will be representing the club for the PlayStation 4 edition.

In recent years, E-sports has been heavily debated about whether or not they are an actual sport.

It has also been in consideration to feature in the Olympics, which to many people, is a very controversial decision.

However, it has been heavily backed by the Premier League and the teams in the Premier division.

E-Sports has become incredibly popular over the past 10 years, and that is not just down to the Fifa game.

Games like Call Of Duty, Counter-Strike, Dota 2 and League of Legends as well as Fortnite have been very popular E-Sport events.

Fifa is now on the rise in the E-Sports world and the Premier League wanted to jump on board with that.

Merseysportlive attended the play-offs held at Anfield on Thursday night.

We interviewed two of the participants and asked what their opinion is on E-sports as well as the backing from the Premier League.

Tekkz, who were last year’s winner, will be looking to win the E-Premier league again for the second year running as he represents Liverpool in the grand finals in London in March.

We interviewed two participants, Ryan Hughes and Daniel Smith, for their views on the competition.