Alan (AlanAvi) Avila ends Night One of Series One Qualifiers with a One Win, Three Draws

FC Dallas eMLS player Alan (AlanAvi) Avila ended his first night of the four-night League One Series qualifying stage with a 1-0-3 record, sitting 12th in the standings with 10 matches left in the qualifiers.

Avila opened the 2021 eMLS season with a 2-2 draw against Orlando City’s Maloney. He tied 3-3 against Montreal Impact’s mehdibob3 in his second match and 2-2 against St. Louis SC’s STL CITY SC HASIB before earning his first win of the night. Avila shutout Philadelphia Union’s cisseSZN 2-0 to end the night undefeated.

Avila will face two eMLS Cup Champions Wednesday night: 2018 eMLS Cup Champion Kid M3mito from Chicago Fire FC at 7:30 PM CT and 2019 eMLS Cup Champion DOOLSTA from Nashville’s SC at 8 PM CT who was also the 2019 eMLS League Series 1 and Series 2 Champion. Avila will also face Colorado Rapids’ Gonzo at 8:30 PM CT and Inter Miami CF’s IMCF_Pabs at 9 PM CT.

January 6 Schedule

Matchup

Time (CT)

AlanAvi vs. Chicago Fire FC’s Guillermo (Kid M3mito) Trevino

7:30 PM

Nashville SC’s Cormac (DOOLSTA) Dooley vs. AlanAvi

8 PM

AlanAvi vs. Colorado Rapids’ Brandan (Gonzo) Gonzalez

8:30 PM

Inter Miami CF’s Pablo (IMCF_Pabs) Georgakopoulos vs. AlanAvi

9 PM

 

January 12 Schedule

Matchup

Time (CT)

AlanAvi vs. D.C. United’s Mohamed (KingCJ0) Diop

7:30 PM

LAFC’s Martin (RemiMartinn) Oregel vs. AlanAvi

8 PM

AlanAvi vs. Vancouver Whitecaps’ Erfan (Skill Shack) Hosseini

8:30 PM

Toronto FC’s Phil (PhilB94) Balke vs. AlanAvi

9 PM

 

January 13 Schedule

Matchup

Time (CT)

AlanAvi vs. Minnesota United FC’s Brandon (tokyorift) Yamane

7:30 PM

New York Red Bulls’ George (Adamou) Adamou vs. AlanAvi

8 PM

 

Each player will compete in a slate of 14 single-leg qualifying matches, which are set for January 5-6 and 12-13. Competitors will earn three points for a win, one point for a draw and zero points for a loss, with the top eight players advancing to the two-leg League Series One Tournament on January 16-17. The prize pool for League Series One is $15,000.

League Series One is the first of three eMLS tournaments taking place in 2021. The season will continue in February with eMLS League Two presented by Coca-Cola and conclude with the eMLS Cup presented by Coca-Cola on March 20-21. The season will feature a $70,000 prize pool. Matches will be played on EA SPORTS FIFA 21, exclusively on PlayStation 4.

Matches will be available to stream online on the official MLS Twitch and Twitter pages, MLSsoccer.com and the free MLS app. Fans can also find results and standings on MLSsoccer.com.

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