Marcus Gomes had one goal heading into the 2017 FIFA Interactive World Cup (FIWC).
In a game like FIFA, while certain players are better than others and there’s a gap in skills, when it comes to one-off game, anything can really happen.
Gomes became the A-League’s first esports FIFA player after signing with Melbourne City on August 15.
A 20-year-old FIFA fanatic, enthusiastic local footballer and regular eSports competitor, Gomes is the third FIFA player to sign with a City Football Group owned team, alongside New York City FC’s Christopher Holly and Manchester City’s Kieran Brown.
Melbourne City FC has become the first club in Australia to sign an official FIFA eSports player: Melbourne-based Marcus Gomes who is the sole Australian competing against 31 of the world’s best FIFA gamers at the tournament in London from August 16-18 (UK time).
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