The League Two outfit fell at the first hurdle in the tournament opener, losing 6-3 to Russian outfit Lokomotiv Moscow, who are heavy favourites to brush aside Wycombe Wanderers in their third round match.
But there has been some strong performances from teams representing the Netherlands, with both Fortuna Sittard and FC Utrecht dishing out 10-0 annihilations to Hamilton and Sunderland respectively.
Mansfield Town pulled off one of the shocks of the tournament after downing highly-fancied Ajax 1-0 in the round of 64, while Manchester City eventually scraped past West Ham 3-2 in their replay after a goalless draw in the first.
As we head into the last-32 stage, stay up to date with all the action from the eSports tournament with LIVE updates and all the results...
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Burnley 4-3 Shrewsbury
Walsall 2-1 Roma
Brighton 0-2 Sparta Rotterdam
Oldham 1-6 Finn Harps
Hibernian 0-3 Millwall
Central Coast 2-1 Shamrock Rovers
Melbourne Victory 4-3 Ipswich
Leyton Orient 3-6 Lokomotiv Moscow
AFC Wimbledon 0-2 West Ham
PAOK 1-2 Midtjylland
Manchester City 3-0 KV Kortijk
Bristol Rovers 1-3 Southend United
Orlando Pirates 2-4 FC Sion
Cheltenham Town 1-0 Salford City
Derry City 1-2 QPR
Sheffield Wednesday 2-1 Cambridge United
Waterford 0-10 (ten) Angers
Newcastle United 3-0 Gillingham
Newport County 0-1 Fortuna Sittard
Preston North End 2-1 Doncaster Rovers
Orlando City 0-5 Feyenoord
Nottingham Forest 1-4 Fiorentina
Port Vale 0-4 Emmen
Gent 1-6 Mansfield Town
Stevenage 3-1 Blackpool
Scunthorpe 2-1 Charlton Athletic
Vitesse 2-0 Atalanta
PSV 3-0 Djurgardens
Morecambe 2-3 Hamilton
Sheffield United 3-0 Carlisle United
Standard Liege 4-1 Bolton
Plymouth 0-2 Troyes
Lille 4-0 Lorient
Red Bull Salzburg 4-0 Derby
Who is involved?
The UltimateQuaranTeam competition got underway on March 22, with the first game of the tournament pitting Orient - represented by goalkeeper Sam Sargeant - against Russian outfit Lokomotiv Moscow.
Other footballers scheduled to represent their respective clubs include Crystal Palace winger Andros Townsend, Norwich attacker Todd Cantwell and Brighton frontman Neal Maupay.
Orient have encouraged footballers and fans to take part primarily, but there are no restrictions on professional eSports players getting involved.
How to watch
Orient will be showing matches via video live streaming service Twitch, and say they have encouraged other clubs to do the same.