Canada Soccer wraps up successful inaugural Toyota eNational Championships

British Columbia’s Vancity-eSport (PS4) and Ontario’s Don Borrello (Xbox) earn titles

Canada Soccer’s Toyota eNational Championships wrapped up with the Playstation Final on 28 February. British Columbia’s Vancity-eSport defeated 3-0 Saskatchewan’s PugInMyCereal in their best-of-five Final.

Ontario’s StrahoPostovanje took third place over Quebec’s glazure13 winning 2-1 in the best-of-three Bronze Medal matchup.

Vancity-eSport joins Xbox champion Don Borrello as the first-ever Toyota eNational Championship winners, each receiving a CanadaRED prize pack including a custom Nike Canada Soccer kit.

More than 400 players took place in the Provincial and Territorial Qualifying tournaments on 20 February with the Finals matches on 27 and 28 February streamed at Twitch.tv/canadasoccer hosted by eSports personality Chuboi, along with Faizal Khamisa and Nicco Cardarelli.

PlayStation final standings

  1. Vancity-eSport – British Columbia
  2. PugInMyCereal – Saskatchewan
  3. StrahoPostovanje – Ontario

Xbox final standings

  1. Don Borrello – Ontario
  2. TeetsMcPeets – Alberta
  3. FIFAMonster5939 – Prince Edward Island

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