Saudi Arabia’s Mosaad Al-Dossary win the FIFA eWorld Cup on Saturday after defeating his Belgian counterpart Stefano Pena in the final in London.
The electronic World Championships was held in London from August 1 to August 4, with a number of prominent players representing several European clubs such as Manchester City and PSV.
Al-Dosaryi won in the final after winning the first leg with two goals without a reply, and in the second with no goal.
He was crowned EA Sports FIFA 18 World Champion, and claimed $250,000 prize and new FIFA eWorld Cup trophy.
According tom the FIFA website, Al-Dosaryi’s victory was never really in doubt as he went on to win impressively 4-0 on aggregate in the final.
“I’'m really proud that I’ve made my country proud. That’s my first aim. You can see how proud I made them (Saudi Arabia fans).”
According to FIFA, over 20 million participated in the qualifying rounds, and 32 made it to the Grand Final.
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