The Sunshine Coast Falcons and Burleigh Bears are the only undefeated teams after three rounds of the Intrust Super Cup E-sports Challenge.
The E-sports Challenge sees players from nine Cup teams and a Maroons legend going head-to-head each week to secure supreme gaming bragging rights.
The players, from the comfort of their own homes, play the Rugby League Live 4 PlayStation game for their respective teams over two seven-minute halves, with commentator extraordinaire Peter Psaltis on hand to call the games.
Round 3 - the XXXX Rivalry Round - saw some very impressive scores recorded.
Burleigh Bears' Sami Sauiluma, undefeated after three rounds, beat Tweed's Luke Jurd 12-0; Easts Tigers star Michael Purcell flogged Ipswich Jets representative Mark Bishop 71-0. Ouch.
Mackay Cutters' Ata Hingano beat Townsville Blackhawks' Sione Lousi 18-10; and Jack Wright, for Sunshine Coast, beat Queensland Maroons All Stars representative Brent Tate 34-0.
The Wynnum Manly Seagulls versus Souths Logan Magpies clash did not go ahead after the tragic passing of Seagulls skipper Mitch Cronin.
Round 4 kicks off on Sunday night, with a combination of players and fans representing teams.
Purcell, impressive in Round 3, returns for the Tigers and will take on Falcons fan Lachie Gale. Souths Logan Magpies fan Dallas Anderson will take on Tweed Seagulls fan Max Ellis.
Cutters weapon Yamba Bowie will take on Jets fan Lincoln Ison; and the undefeated Sauiluma returns for the Bears to face off with All Stars fan Tom McClifty.
Fans will be able to watch on at QRL.com.au and the Intrust Super Cup Facebook page.
Intrust Super Cup E-sports Challenge Round 4 schedule
Sunday, April 26, from 7pm
Easts Tigers v Sunshine Coast Falcons
Tweed Seagulls v Souths Logan Magpies
Monday, April 27, from 7pm
Mackay Cutters v Ipswich Jets
Tuesday, April 28, from 7pm
Queensland Maroons All Stars v Burleigh Bears