F2Tekkz maintains his position at the top of the rankings following his trip to the Xbox One final at the Gfinity FUT Champions Cup. The Englishman has been a class apart from the rest of the Xbox One field so far this season and fell just short of winning his third tournament on the spin after being beaten in the Xbox One final by Rogue Msdossary, though if anyone was going to beat him, it would be the Saudi Arabian...
🏆2017 F2Tekkz— 3PM (@threepm_) December 17, 2018
FUT Champs Cup past winners....anyone else fancy winning it?
Speaking of Msdossary, the 2018 FIFA eWorld Cup champion became the first player to win a major tournament on FIFA 17, FIFA 18 and FIFA 19 after his victory in the cross-console Grand Final. While not yet occupying top spot in the rankings, the Saudi Arabian does have the honour of ‘biggest mover’ following an increase of his TSZ rating by 267.3 points
England seems to be his favorite place to compete 💪— #FIFAeWorldCup (@FIFAeWorldCup) December 17, 2018
Reigning #FIFAeWorldCup Champion @Msdossary7 🇸🇦 wins the FUT Champions Cup December.
FIFA 17 Major ✅
FIFA 18 Major ✅ & #FIFAeWorldCup title 🏆
FIFA 19 Major ✅
Rounding off the top three on the Xbox One side is German player MegaBit who slides down one spot from second. The German has been a model of consistency so far this year, having qualified for all three Xbox One tournaments (FUT Champions Cup #1, PGL Cup, FUT Champions Cup #2) and reaching the knockout stages each time.
Seven newcomers are welcomed to the Xbox One top 32 and three to the top 10, which resulted in much change to the rankings landscape. Crashing the party towards the top were Xx Brenner 7 xX, PSG DaXe and Bundled Stokes, who all put in solid performances at their first offline event of the year.
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