Football matches have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemia and therefore the games are moving into the virtual world.
In May, the Baltic eCup e-football tournament will take place for the first time, where the professional footballers of the Baltic top football leages will compete. FCI Levadia is represented by Rasmus Peetson and Karl Rudolf Õigus.
Although the professional teams can train on the real ball grass again, competitions for the title are held at home. Players from top tier clubs will enter to the competition from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
The qualifying tournaments will take place on May 9 and 10 in each country. Ten footballers from five Estonian clubs, ten players from ten clubs in Latvia and 11 players from six clubs in Lithuania will attend. The best four players from each country compete for the medals in the Baltic eCup final tournament held on may 12 and 13.