The exciting conclusion of the 2019 FIFA eWorld Cup!

Mohamed “MoAuba” Harkous from Germany was crowned FIFA eWorld Cup champion after defeating Mosaad “Msdossary” Aldossary in the final.

What would you do if you could earn US$250,000 in prize money for playing video games?

Well, Mohamed “MoAuba” from Germany has won the 2019 FIFA eWorld Cup after defeating Mosaad “Msdossary” Aldossary 3-1 on aggregate.

MoAuba will not only be awarded prize money but also he has been invited to the 2019 The Best FIFA Football Awards in Milan in September.

“Winning the FIFA eWorld Cup 2019 feels absolutely incredible, I can’t believe it,” MoAuba told FIFA.

“The competition between players and at events this year has been a tough journey, so to win the trophy and become world champion against 32 of the world’s best FIFA players feels really special.”

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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 seen excitement, drama, spectacular goals and huge upsets this year, which underlines what professional FIFA gaming offers to fans and how the sport and the FIFA gaming community is continuing to go from strength-to-strength.”

“Congratulations to MoAuba on winning the world title and lifting coveted FIFA eWorld Cup trophy,” he concluded.

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