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As Chicago Fire FC looks toward the 2022 eSports season, it will do so with an expanded roster of FIFA competitors and content creators ready to represent the Club both in the community and at local, eMLS and FIFA 22 Global Series events.

Check out our CFFC eSports team below, and stay tuned here for all the latest news, schedules, and scores.

Returning for his second season with the Fire, Guillermo Treviño, aka “Kid M3mito,” will represent the Fire in the 2022 eMLS season, Major League Soccer’s EA SPORTS™ FIFA eSports competition. In his first year with the Fire, Treviño - the 2018 eMLS Cup winner with the Houston Dynamo - finished the 2021 campaign as the number one overall ranked player in the United States and third overall in North America on Xbox. Additionally, Treviño was the Xbox Global Series Qualifier No. 4 Champion.

Kacey Anderson, who is the most watched female FIFA streamer in North America this year, is the first woman to sign with an MLS team. Since joining the gaming world in early 2020, Anderson, known as “CHI_Kacee,” has accumulated nearly 27,000 followers on Twitch and is an official EA Sports Game Changer and FIFAe ambassador. The Chicago native has been overseeing the Fire’s eSports platform since 2018 and now joins the team in an official capacity as a streamer, content creator, and host.

Chicago native Enrique Espinoza, who plays under the gamertag “BITW7,” returns for his fourth season. In his debut season in eMLS, Espinoza earned a top-six finish in the 12-team Eastern Conference and advanced to the knockout stages of the eMLS Cup competition.

Edhem Jukovic, known as “HekTic JukeZ” in the gaming world, is back after initially representing the Fire in the inaugural eMLS season in 2018. Currently, the Chicago-based Jukovic ranks in the top eight in North America for the FIFA Global Series on PlayStation 4.

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