LAST week was another largely positive one for QPR’s official eSports team, with Virtual Pro Gaming Season 13 now well underway.
Rangers compete in both the English Premier (tier one) as well as Premier South, the second tier of a Europe-wide super league.
Domestically, it was a mixed week for the Super Hoops - who had topped their league. A 0-0 draw with Rotherham United was followed up with a 2-0 reverse at the hands of Red Faction – and the R’s will hope to bounce back in their next set of fixtures on home soil.
Better things would follow in Europe, though – and after a 2-1 win over Mercy in Premier South, Tranmere Rovers were also seen off, by three goals to nil.
The same scoreline was enough to see off Usmec Efoot on Thursday, prior to a 1-0 defeat to Deaf Phoenix the same night.
Rangers saved their best results for the Europe Pro Cup – a Europe-wide cup competition.
After a thumping 11-1 (yes, eleven-one) success over Darlington North Stars, SAF (2-1) and Darlington again (4-0) were also beaten.
Highlights from week two are available below.
Virtual Pro Gaming is a competitive virtual eSports hub for the FIFA franchise. QPR’s eSports team currently compete across Europe on the PlayStation 4 version of FIFA 21.
Further details on the club’s English (EN) and European (EU) eSports campaigns – as well as player profiles and wider information about Virtual Pro Gaming – can be obtained by visiting the following links.