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Sauiluma and Purcell to battle for E-sports Challenge supremacy

The Sunshine Coast Falcons, Burleigh Bears and Queensland Maroons All Stars share the top of the Intrust Super Cup E-sports Challenge ladder after four rounds of competition. 

All three teams have won three games and lost only one. 

The E-sports Challenge, supported by Intrust Super, 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 4 saw some very impressive scores recorded, with fans joining in the fun. 


Round 4 #intrustsupercup results are in for the #esportschallenge 🕹

Posted by Intrust Super Cup on Tuesday, 28 April 2020

Purcell, impressive in the opening rounds for Easts Tigers, beat Sunshine Coast Falcons fan Lachie Gale 24-6; Souths Logan Magpies fan Dallas Anderson beat Tweed Seagulls fan Max Ellis 16-6. 

Mackay Cutters weapon Yamba Bowie and Ipswich Jets fan Lincoln Ison finished with a 12-12 tie; and previously undefeated Burleigh Bears star Sami Sauiluma lost to Queensland Maroons All Stars fan Tom McClifty 8-6. 

Round 5 kicks off on Sunday night. 

Wynnum Manly Seagulls return to the competition this week, with Kalolo Saitaua taking on Tweed's Dan Meyer; Jack Wright returns for the Falcons to take on the returning Magpies fan Dallas Anderson.

Regan Wilde will represent the Jets against a returning Sione Lousi for the Blackhawks; and the impressive Sauiluma will return for the Bears against an equally impressive Purcell for the Tigers. 

Fans will be able to watch on at and the Intrust Super Cup Facebook page.

Intrust Super Cup E-sports Challenge Round 5 schedule

Sunday, May 3, from 7pm

Wynnum Manly Seagulls v Tweed Seagulls

Sunshine Coast Falcons v Souths Logan Magpies

Monday, May 4, from 7pm

Ipswich Jets v Townsville Blackhawks

Tuesday, May 5, from 7pm

Burleigh Bears v Easts Tigers

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