14 elite Chinese FIFA Online teams went head to head to crown the champions of the FIFA 2020 Tournament, and Wolves come out as the best of them all. The team put up a formidable performance that won them three out of three to give them the winning title.
It does not come as a peculiar thought of the team winning the title when the whole squad came as professional players for FIFA.
“The team representing Wolves was jointly formed by the club and Weibo, China’s largest social media platform, with four professional FIFA players, Ga577, Lihaohao, LiverPu and Qiu, competing in gold and black.”
The Wolves came out with peak performances throughout the tournament. They went on to get 3-0 scores in multiple matches, including Manchester City, Paris Said Germain, NOVA and more. The final was not much different, with only a single point against the top contenders earning them the top podium.
Comments also came forward from the Wolves general manager Houjun Deng; “It has been a busy start to the season for our esports teams and we are thrilled to get off to a winning start with victory in the FCC.”
The full Bracket of the tournament ran with one-sided scenarios in the later winners’ bracket matches. Wolves came forward to knock Nova to the losers round securing a clean performance throughout. NOVA did not recover afterwards and so the final held Sharks VS Wolves. Sharks themselves had been pushed to the losers bracket very early. However, they managed to bear it out to make it to the final.
However, it wasn’t much competition as Wolves remained the dominant team.
Thus the event concludes with a great gain for Wolves esports. They also further managed to win the ePremier League Invitational Tournament. The original Wolves statement reads on the news as follows:
Also during April, Wolves won the inaugural ePremier League Invitational tournament when Portuguese international forward Diogo Jota – who had already come out on top of a tournament streamed live on Wolves eSports Twitch to determine the best FIFA player among the squad – beat Leicester City’s Wilfred Ndidi, Sheffield United’s Lys Mousset and Burnley’s Dwight McNeil to reach the final.
The competition managed to get more than 2 million views on streams and comes forward to be a successful finish to the esports event.
As for Wolverhampton FC, they will surely look to gain more fans through their’ esports title gain.
Although real live football and other sports are out of the question, football fans around the world still look towards esports as the means for the replacement of entertainment, and it is getting much success as well. Future news will come forward to what holds for more FIFA online competitions. FIFA Online 4 FIFA Champion Cup, however, looks to be the last April tournament for Chinese FIFA competitions.
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