Giuseppe "GGGodfather" Guastella ready to take on the competition at eMLS League Series Two set for February 17

LOS ANGELES – The Godfather is back and this time he’s looking to show the eMLS world who's boss.

Giuseppe “GGGodfather” Guastella will compete in the eMLS League Series Two at the National Soccer Hall of Fame in Frisco, Texas on February 17. The tournament will take place at 2:30 pm PT, with the Godfather looking to take down Philadelphia Union gamer doolsta who earned the League Series One title in Los Angeles last month.

As part of the evening, those in attendance will have the opportunity to be a part of the live audience for the League Series Two stream, where they can cheer on hometown player AlanAvi. They can also get free food and beverages, receive exclusive FC Dallas eMLS merchandise, design their own FC Dallas eMLS apparel and create personal FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) cards. Fans can register below:

If you didn't get enough eMLS last month, fear not – the next event is right around the corner.

Details for eMLS League Series Two dropped on Wednesday, with the upcoming event set to give fans and participants alike a unique look into the history of US soccer – not to mention another thrilling evening of EA Sports FIFA 19 action.

The second event of the 2019 eMLS season will take place on Sunday, February 17 at the National Soccer Hall of Fame in Frisco, Texas, starting at 4:30 pm CT. Opened in 2018, the Hall of Fame is a museum is dedicated to celebrating the United States' rich soccer history, weaving US soccer history and technology to provide a unique look into the game's past and future.

As part of their evening at the Hall of Fame, fans in attendance will have the opportunity to be a part of the live audience for the League Series Two stream, where they can cheer on hometown player AlanAvi. They can also get free food and beverages, receive exclusive FC Dallas eMLS merchandise, design their own FC Dallas eMLS apparel and create personal FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) cards. Fans can register below:

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Manning the consoles, the Philadelphia Union's doolsta will be looking to defend his League Series One title, while 2018 eMLS Cup winner Kid M3mito of the Houston Dynamo will be looking for some payback after falling in the final:

Each of the 22 players representing an MLS team will compete in a round-robin regular season before the League Series Two live stream begins. Just like in soccer across the globe, players will earn three points for a win, one for a tie and zero for a loss. The top four gamers in each of the Eastern and Western Conferences will then advance to compete for the title – and a $5,000 prize in the live streamed, single-elimination tournament.