The Sunshine Coast Falcons lead the Intrust Super Cup E-sports Challenge ladder leading into Round 6 of competition.
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 5 saw some very impressive scores, with fans again joining in the fun.
Wynnum Manly Seagulls representative Kalolo Saitaua proved his gaming prowess with a 52-0 win over Tweed's Dan Meyer; the Falcons' Jack Wright was again strong, beating Souths Logan Magpies fan Dallas Anderson 16-12.
Ipswich Jets' Regan Wilde walloped Townsville Blackhawks' Sione Lousi 26-10; and the usually impressive Sami Sauiluma, for Burleigh Bears, lost to Easts Tigers gaming champion Michael Purcell 18-0.
Round 6 kicks off on Sunday night.
The Blackhawks' Andrew Neimoeller will take on Wright for the Falcons; and Mackay Cutters' Ata Hingaru will face Bears mainstay Sauiluma.
Jets representative Johnny Schwalger will take on Wynnum Manly's Saitaua, who was extremely impressive in Round 5; and Purcell will line up for the Tigers against Magpies fan Anderson.
Scott Prince joins the competition this week, lining up for the All Stars against Tweed representative Jamie Hill.
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 6 schedule
Sunday, May 10, from 7pm
Townsville Blackhawks v Sunshine Coast Falcons
Mackay Cutters v Burleigh Bears
Monday, May 11, from 7pm
Ipswich Jets v Wynnum Manly Seagulls
Easts Tigers v Souths Logan Magpies
Tuesday, May 12, from 7pm
Queensland Maroons All Stars v Tweed Seagulls