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.
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.
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