The City duo spent some time together before travelling to London to fine tune preparations after a rocky start to the season for both at the FC Pro Open.
Both determined to show their winning side, Tekkz and Mati began their fight in the Group Stages against Chelsea.
Bonanno took on Conkai on PlayStation while Tekkz fought JSharp on Xbox. Both tight contests, City were able to pick up four points through Mati’s 3-2 win and Tekkz’s end-to-end 5-5 draw.
The boys looked confident on the ePrem stage and things continued to get better and better in the second clash.
Bonanno looked unstoppable in his 6-1 win over Burnley’s Salmanahmed with Tekkz also picking up three points against Brad Colston with a 4-2 victory to keep us top of Group A.
Both City Esports Pros showed no signs of slowing down with Mati picking up a second consecutive 6-1 win, this time against West Ham’s GRK with Tekkz taking it to the wire but picking up another win for City courtesy of a 5-3 victory over Brigarmy17.
With City in the driving seat and firmly in the top spot of Group A, that didn’t stop Mati and Tekkz from topping off an unbelievable evening by completing an unbeaten run.
Taking on Everton’s Zanieri and ChrisJakeman, Mati’s 4-1 win and Tekkz’s thumping 8-0 victory meant City were the only team to not lose a game all evening and scored an incredible 41 goals.
Tekkz and Matias will return to ePremier League action on 24 March and will fight to be crowned ePremier League champions and secure a place at the UEFA eChampions League and the FC Pro World Championships.
We will bring you more esports content and updates ahead of our next competitions on mancity.com, our official Man City app and on X: @ManCityEsports.