Watch Romaine Sawyers live through the highs and lows of life on the virtual touchline as he reacts to his Albion team playing in the EFL Football Manager Cup.
The competition was set up to keep fans entertained in the absence of football, with 54 teams, managed by fans, staff and players from clubs around the country, battling it out for success on the computer game 'Football Manager'.
Sawyers set a high standard with a 5-0 first-round victory against Coventry City, only to fall to a second-round 3-1 loss against Queens Park Rangers.
The Baggies midfielder has pledged to keep his footballing involvement to being on the pitch in the near future, following his sides' early exit from the competition.
Hahahahaa it was good whilst it lasted but I want to concentrate solely on the pitch stuff until the future 😩🤍💙✌🏾 SAWYERS OUT https://t.co/CyoZ9w6FS8— Romaine Sawyers (@RomaineSawyers) April 28, 2020
The tournament has been used to raise money for Mind, a mental health charity, which you can donate to here.