After Japan and Argentina, this weekend it's time for Germany to host a new stage of this season's PES League. 20 players are competing, and there's a strong French presence, with eyes particularly on Jérémy 'Tiomit' Bruniaux, winner of the first two major rounds in January and Argentina.
Tiomit is nicknamed 'Robocop' on the Pro Evolution Soccer scene for his ability to hide his emotions, and will be a natural favourite in Berlin this Saturday after his previous wins, but there are seven French players overall, including Lotfi 'Neo_Lotfi' Derradji and Kamel 'Neo_TerribleTank' El Morabet, who won the two European regional finals respectively, in Barcelona in February, and in Milan the following month.
In Berlin players will have the opportunity to score valuable points for the grand finale of the PES League, or even seal their place by reaching the final. Four seats (out of eight in total) remain free for the grand finale, scheduled this summer, including of course Tiomit as well as others like the Brazilian Fmestre12 and Spanish players Alex Alguacil and josesg93.
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