PlayStation Player Finally Won the FIFA Regional145
In Madrid yesterday, some of the best European virtual football players gathered to decide who would go to Berlin to participate in the FIFA 17 championship, and for once, a PlayStation player pulled out the victory and won the FIFA Regional finally.
The bracket for each regional is assigned by the platform, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Once a champion for each has been determined, they will face off in a great final where the aggregate score of two games, one on each platform, decides the winner. Traditionally, Xbox players have dominated the regionals, emerging victorious at each competition prior, but yet corrupted Prinsipe was determined to bring home the trophy for his home console.
For the Xbox player and the recent Unilad-sponsored Gorilla on his turf, Prinsipe takes the lead out of the two early goals. In the 90 in-game minutes, the Gorilla eventually equalized the score and brought the finals to a moot point headed into the PlayStation round.
The Dualshock 4 is Prinsipe's comfort zone, and much like Xbox, his outstanding performance is strong with another 2-0 ahead of Suarez. On his back foot, Gorilla put a goal to reduce the gap, but Prinsipe regained his lead in the late stages of the game, with little time. Gorillas can not recover from the deficit, the game ended 6-4.
After winning, Prinsipe established the PlayStation staffs as competitors for the Berlin champions. The two players got a place in Berlin in this qualifier, although Prinsipe would be a higher seed for this reason. In the Xbox player's sea, he may be the last hope for Sony diehards to take home the winner’s chunk of $1.3 million in the FUT final team Championship game at the end of the month.