PS4 No.1 Nicolas Villalba Wins Gfinity LQE March

Nicolas Villalba defeated current FIFA eWorld Cup champion Mossad “Msdossary” Aldossary in the cross-console final of the Gfinity LQE March netting him $8,750 and 750 Global Series Points.

The task was made easier for FC Basel man as Donovan “F2Tekkz” Hunt, the standout player of the FIFA 19 season, decided to sit this one out ahead of the ePremier league set for the 29th-31st of March.

The final was all goals with the tie eventually heading into extra-time when Nicolas squeaked ahead to win the game 6-5. The man dubbed the Iceman, for his cool, calm and collected play had this to say after winning.

“I am happy, but not on the PS4, for some reason I was better on the Xbox! I don’t know if I deserve to win because he played so well in the second leg, but of course I’m happy with the win.”

He had beaten Japan’s Taichi “Web Nasri” Aoki and Dutchman Lev “xLevVinken” Vinken – the latter performance was a standout game of the tournament coming back from 3-1 down Nicolas brought the game level in the 2nd leg, forcing extra-time where he sealed the victory.

It’s the 3rd big win for the Nicolas Villalba this season after he triumphed in January’s LQE in this very stadium and won the FIFA eClub World Cup with the aforementioned Tekkz.

This win keeps Nicolas setting the pace on the PlayStation he currently sits 1st with 5710 Global Series points, infront of Stefano Pinna on 4530 and Joksan Redonda on 3190.

After Nicolas Villalba’s Win, What’s Next?

FIFA 19 ePremier League Tekkz Nicolas Villalba
The ePremier League kicks off for the first time this weekend.

The action doesn’t stop this weekend we have the inaugural ePremier League finals – Tekkz will be back looking to take the title for his home town club Liverpool FC and that will also be on Sky Sports here in the UK. That same weekend we have the eMLS Cup featuring the stars of the North American game.

That’s all before a bumper April that will have not only a FUT Champions Cup and an LQE but the first eNations Cup AND eChampions League.

It’s gonna be good.

So what did you think of Nicolas Villalba’s performance in London? Does he have what it takes to dethrone Tekkz? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.