The 2019 FIFA eWorld Cup has been won by German pro gamer Mohammed “MoAuba” Harkous.
Right after 3 days of competitors at London’s O2 among the 32 very best FIFA 2019 players in the planet, MoAuba defeated Mosaad “Msdossary” Aldossary three-two on aggregate: the initial leg of the final ended in in a 1-1 draw, just before MoAuba won the second leg two-. MoAuba won $250,000, along with an invite to The Greatest FIFA Football Awards in Milan in September.
Afterward, MoAuba stated: “Winning the FIFA eWorld Cup 2019 feels certainly unbelievable: I can not think it. The competitors among players and at events this year has been a challenging journey, so to win the trophy and grow to be planet champion against 32 of the world’s very best FIFA players feels genuinely specific.”
Adrian Roelli, Head of eFootball at FIFA, added: “The FIFA eWorld Cup 2019 has been a spectacular showcase of competitive FIFA gaming and what the scene is all about. We’ve observed excitement, drama, spectacular objectives and large upsets this year, which underlines what specialist FIFA gaming presents to fans and how the sport and the FIFA gaming neighborhood is continuing to go from strength-to-strength. Congratulations to MoAuba on winning the planet title and lifting the coveted FIFA eWorld Cup trophy.”
EA Sports FIFA Competitive Gaming Deputy Commissioner, Sam Turkbas, reflected on this year’s competitors: “Millions began this competitive journey in October, and we have now crowned MoAuba as the champion of the world’s game. The competitors all through the season has been a joy to watch as new stars have been found, and superstars grew their fanbases even extra. We extra than doubled our football league partners this season to 17, our reside events elevated by 25 % and we added the FIFA eNations Cup to the Worldwide Series, providing extra competitors an chance to compete in a top rated tier esports atmosphere. We also significantly elevated viewership with extra than 680 million minutes watched.”
The reside audience at the final integrated Wilfred Zaha, Lucy Bronze, and Dimitar Berbatov, and the final 32 competitors spanned 15 nationalities, such as players from England, Brazil and the US. The road to 2020’s FIFA eWorld Cup need to commence in a couple of months’ time to come across out extra about that, hold an eye on the official FIFA eWorld Cup internet site.