MoAuba first German FIFA eWorld Cup championPosted on: Aug 05, 2019 By smartlaunch in News and trends,
‘MoAuba’ upset the odds in the FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final to beat reigning titleholder ‘Rogue Msdossary’ in London. Mohammed ‘MoAuba’ Harkous become the first German gamer to claim a FIFA world title and USD 250,000 in prize money.
The Werder Bremen gamer beat 2018 FIFA eWorld Cup winner Aldossary ‘Rogue Msdossary’ Mosaad 3-2 on aggregate as the Playstation prevailed over the Xbox after a two-legged final on ‘home’ and ‘away’ consoles.
The 22-year-old certainly didn’t have it easy and was not considered amongst the favorites at the start of the tournament. Harkous has been a mainstay of the competitive FIFA circuit and, in 2019, represented Germany in the FIFA eNations Cup and won the Virtual Bundesliga title with Werder. The title in London will take pride and place in a trophy cabinet that also already holds five German titles.
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