This years Fifa 19 tournaments have come and gone, with a number of top dogs taking the majority of the prizes. As we start 2019 we thought it would be a good time to take stock of the top FIFA 19 professionals in our FIFA 19 Power Rankings 2019!
Given that Msdossary led the eWorld Cup Finals, it’s surprising that the 18 year old hasn’t gotten that much attention. However, that could be down to the slow start he had this year. Msdossary managed to cruise through many of the tournaments that he took part in; so far the Saudi Arabian has won the FUT Champions Cup, as well as a host of other titles.
In a fashion similar to how he made it to the semi-finals in the eClub World Cup, he’s managed to create quite a record for himself. This was topped off by his appearance at the FUT Championships London, where things really began taking off for the player.
Despite easily being the favourite to win the eWorld Cup, Nicolas ‘nicolas99fc’ Villalba suffered some surprising defeats; these defeats eventually saw him eliminated in the Quarter-Finals. However, he’s managed to get his head back in the game this year.
On the contrary, in fact, as the Argentine managed to overcome a console switch in order to make it as far as he did; a PSN crash meant that the entire FUT Champions Cup final in Barcelona had to be played on Xbox One.
However, he was able to move past this in order to win the Global Series Playoffs in Amsterdam. That being said, a defeat to Marcus ‘Marcuzo’ Jorgensen saw him eliminated as a Quarter Finalist. But, you can be sure that he’ll be bringing his A-game next time round.
Joksan had somewhat of a rough start this year; however, he managed to quickly turn it around with the PlayStation Continental Cup. During the tournament, me managed to outlast August ‘Agge’ Rosenmeier and reigning eWorld Cup champion Mossad ‘MSDossary’ Aldossary.
After that, it was win after win, with Joksan managing to take the top spot in the Fifa Global Rankings. Because of that, he’s definitely one to watch when the season kicks off again.
Despite being relatively young – at least compared to other competitors – f2tekkz has managed to make his presence felt. On top of making an impact in a number of different ways, it was his presence at this years FUT Champions Cup that takes the cake.
With impressive wins against the likes of Ajax Dani and Marcus Gomes, the 17 year old managed to win the Championship in an impressive fashion.
StefanoPinna was seriously underestimated at the beginning of the year. Because of that, he wasn’t seen as a serious threat, so he was able to take many players off guard.
During the competitions, he overcame August ‘Hashtag Agge’ Rosenmeier, Mohammed ‘MoAubameyang’ Harkous and Marcus ‘Marcuzo’ Jorgensen. However, that’s where he hit a wall. Msdossary quickly took charge in the cross-console Grand Final.
But, you can expect that he’ll be one of the top contenders in many of next years competitions. This time, though, he won’t be underestimated.
This years Fifa 19 power rankings reflect a number of surprising wins and losses across the eSports world. However, Fifa tournaments were long overdue a shakeup, which is starting to come around.
Both StefanoPinna and Joksan are definitely ones to keep an eye on; they should be able to shake things up a lot more than they have already. Because of that, it looks like next years competitions will be a whole lot more interesting.
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