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Brandsha to compete in FC24 World Championship Play-Ins

Brandsha to compete in FC24 World Championship Play-Ins

Fans of the Malta ePremier League are surely familiar with the username brandsha. Representing Ħamrun Spartans, brandsha has always been a force to be reckoned with locally, never ranking lower than 3rd place and winning the two most recent iterations of the ePremier League back-to-back. As the winner of this year’s season, he has also earned an invitation to the FC Pro 24 World Championship Play-Ins! Let’s delve into his esports accomplishments thus far:

Brandsha – The story so far

In the inaugural season of the Malta ePremier League back in 2020, brandsha landed an impressive 2nd-place finish, making his mark on the local scene as a top contender. Unfortunately, his fortune would take a turn for the worse in the following year, ending the 2021 season with a lower albeit still impressive 3rd place. Following these impressive performances, brandsha would attend numerous international events and even represent Malta alongside other local talents (Link to our 2021 article!).  

After a short hiatus from competing during the 2022 season, brandsha would return to the scene with a bang in 2023, topping his group and going undefeated in playoffs on his way to claiming 1st place at the 2023 Malta ePremier League. His top form has continued into 2024, where alongside competing in international UEFA eEuro 2024 qualifiers, brandsha also stomped his way to a second straight ePremier League title, winning this year’s edition going undefeated in groups and grinding out a nailbiting lower-bracket run to the final.

Brandsha 2023 Malta ePremier League Winner.
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What’s next? The FC24 World Championship!

Taking place in Berlin, the FC24 World Championship is the game’s flagship tournament, offering players a chance to compete for a lion’s share of the $1,000,000. Before then, brandsha must fight for his spot through the play-ins stage. As part of Group A, brandsha must either top his group, which would grant him direct qualification to the main event, or, should he finish 2nd or 3rd, he will have the opportunity to fight for a spot in a knockout round.

After an early exit during the group stage of the FC24 eChampion’s League in May, brandsha will be hoping to make a deeper run this time and to display his skill on the biggest stage globally. Games will kick off on the 10th of July and will be streamed live on the following page:


Good luck brandsha! We’re all rooting for you!



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