Enrique Espinoza

Sunday | Follow Enrique Espinoza at eMLS League Series Two presented by PlayStation

The eMLS season continues today (Sunday), Feb. 17 with eMLS League Series Two presented by PlayStation at the National Soccer Hall of Fame in Frisco, Texas.

The Chicago Fire’s eMLS competitor, Enrique Espinoza (BITW18 II) will be one of 22 players representing their respective MLS teams. Ahead of the competition, Espinoza is eager to get back on the sticks and improve on his performance from the previous series.

Sunday’s competition is divided into two parts -- the regular season and eMLS League Series Two playoffs. In regular season competition, players will be divided into the Eastern and Western Conferences. Each player will play 11 matches, one against each of the teams from their conference. Just like on the physical pitch, players will earn three points for a win, one for a draw and zero for a loss.

From there, the top-4 finishers from each conference will advance to the eMLS League Series Two playoffs, which will stream live on Twitch beginning at 6 p.m. CT.

The eMLS League Series events -- which will feature the full roster of eMLS players -- will help determine the seeding for eMLS Cup presented by PlayStation in March. In turn, eMLS Cup participants will earn points for the EA SPORTS Global Series Playoffs, which give gamers a chance to qualify for the 2019 FIFA eWorld Cup.

Below is Espinoza's regular season schedule. Be sure to follow @ChicagoFire@eMLS and Enrique himself (@TheBITW7) on Twitter throughout the day for complete results from Dallas.

Time (CT)

Opponent (Gamer tag)



10:30 a.m.


Toronto FC

L, 3-2

10:50 a.m.


Atlanta United

L, 2-1

11:10 a.m.

FCC Fiddle

FC Cincinnati

W, 3-2

11:30 a.m.

CrewSC Nenad

Columbus Crew SC

W, 3-2

11:50 a.m.


D.C. United

W, 2-1

12:10 p.m.


Montreal Impact

L, 2-1

1:30 p.m.


New England Revolution

W, 4-1

1:50 p.m.


New York City FC

L, 2-1

2:10 p.m.

Mike LaBelle

New York Red Bulls

W, 3-1

2:30 p.m.


Orlando City SC

L, 5-1

2:50 p.m.


Philadelphia Union

L, 3-2