This weekend saw the first-ever Pro Evolution Soccer event hosted at Gfinity Arena.
The two-day tournament, with Group Stage matches starting on Friday morning and the Grand Finals taking place on Saturday, was eventually won by Jeremy Bruniaux.
Playing as Belgium, Bruniaux (aka CZ_TioMit) won 6-4 against fellow Frenchman Neo_Lofti in a thrilling end-to-end Final. As well as claiming victory in Gfinity's inaugural PES tournament, the Gillette Championship winner also took home a tidy £6,000 in prize money.
If you missed the live stream, or want to re-watch the tournament, you can do so here.
As well as congratulating Jeremy Bruniaux, I'd also like to give a huge thank you and well done to everyone at Gfinity for putting on such a superb event: from the coverage and hospitality to the organisation and venue, everything was absolutely fantastic and I sincerely hope there are more events lined up for PES 2017 and beyond.
Below are a selection of photos taken at the event (see the rest here):
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