This year's tournament saw Saudi Arabian Xbox One player Msdossary beat Belgium’s PS4 player Stefano Pinna 4-0 in the final. Having collated all the data over the course of the tournament, we bring you our top ten statistics for the 2018 FIFA eWorld Cup.
Xbox One player Mossad ‘Msdossary’ Aldossary of Saudi Arabia held off the competition, beating Stefano Pinna 4-0 in the final to be crowned the 2018 FIFA eWorld champion and take home a cheque for $250,000. Here are some key statistics behind his historic triumph.
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With the 2018 FIFA eWorld Cup kicking off shortly, excitement is growing over what will surely be a memorable tournament. All players have done tremendously well to get this far but only one can leave with the title of 2018 FIFA eWorld Champion and a cheque for $250,000.
With the 2018 FIFA eWorld Cup less than a week away there couldn’t be a better time to compare the ability of the qualified players. FIFA’s own player seeding and tournament structure have been well covered by us already but at TSZ we’re also big fans of the ELO rating system. As such we’ve re-ranked the players according to this system.
In this interview we spoke with the one Welsh qualifier for the 2018 eWorld Cup Grand Final. Adam “dreamR” Barton is one of three players who will represent popular football club and eSports team Hashtag United at the 02 Arena in August.
Over 20 million FIFA players around the world competed in a series of online and offline tournaments in a bid to book their place at the biggest FIFA 18 tournament of the year. 32 players (16 Xbox One, 16 PS4) qualified via the EA Sports FIFA 18 Global Series Qualifiers in Amsterdam.
In this interview, we spoke to Red Bull Athlete Ivan “Hashtag Boras” Lapanje. The Swede currently plays for Hashtag United and is one of three players who will represent the popular football club and eSports team at the 2018 FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final.
In this interview, we spoke to 2014 FIFA eWorld Cup (FIWC) winner August “Hashtag Agge” Rosenmeier. A six-time Danish champion, Rosenmeier is one of the most experienced players on the FIFA eSports scene and this season has seen him already add the ESWC Paris title to his already bulging trophy cabinet.
In this interview, we spoke to the only Polish player to have qualified for the 2018 FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final – Damian “damie” Augustyniak, who will come to London as the number six seed on the PlayStation 4.
In this interview, we spoke to the favourite to win the 2018 FIFA eWorld Cup – Nicolas “nicolas99fc” Villalba. He is the sole Argentine player to make it to London and will travel as the number one seed on the PlayStation 4 after winning the Global Series Playoffs in Amsterdam in June.
We've put together player biographies for all 32 competitors at the upcoming 2018 FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final in London and also a selection of interviews with eSports stars. For statistics and player profiles, look no further!