Complexity Gaming was crowned the new champions of the FIFA eClub World Cup yesterday, after a weekend of intense drama, passion and excitement in Milan.
After three days of tough competition between some of the world’s top professional FIFA eSports players, Complexity Gaming won the coveted world title after a dramatic performance that saw them beat Gareth Bale’s Ellevens on penalties to win a top prize of USD 40,000 and earned 2,000 Global Series points.

FIFA eClub World Cup 2020,Complexity Gaming

Speaking after winning the FIFA eClub World Cup 2020, Joksan ‘Redona’ Redona Tello (USA) from Complexity Gaming said: “Winning the FIFA eClub World Cup 2020 together with Max (‘MaXe_VIP’ Popov) is massive. Qualifying for FIFA events now is so tough and the level of competition amongst the community is so high. Winning the FIFA eClub World Cup title is huge for us and a major step ahead of the FIFA eWorld Cup this summer.”
The North American side, consisting of players Maxe and Joksan became the third team to claim the eClub World Cup, following in the footsteps of two-time winners Brondby and KING eSports.
Christian Volk, Director of eFootball & Gaming at FIFA, said: The FIFA eClub World Cup 2020 has once again highlighted what FIFA eSports has to offer to audiences and football fans around the world. As the professional FIFA eSports scene continues to develop, we are really excited for the future of the sport, and we look forward to helping more member associations, clubs and the wider FIFA eSports community grow and develop in a healthy and sustainable way.
For the latest FIFA 20 Global Series Rankings and results, please  click here . More information about the FIFA eWorld Cup can also be found on and via Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

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