Do you pummel your mates every time on Federation Internationale de Football Association?
That now means the eight franchised teams will be seeking Federation Internationale de Football Association representation for the upcoming season, kicking off in March 2018.
Esports company Gfinity are giving gamers the chance to become a world champion, by adding Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 to its Elite Series, which will feed into next August's Federation Internationale de Football Association eWorld Cup.
As always with Gfinity's format there'll be a chance for players to be drafted into the league's pro teams via the Gfinity Challenger Series which gets underway on January 8th.
As part of the game's addition, Gfinity's next Challenger Series, which feeds in to the Elite Series, will kick off on January 8, with the top 40 ranked Federation Internationale de Football Association players entering the Gfinity Elite Draft on February 23. It's like your own Alex Hunter The Journey story, but without the footballer salary.
"The Elite Series is growing rapidly week-on-week and the addition of Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 will only help to accelerate this growth".
Britain has been a major force in FIFA for a number of years now, with UNILAD's Gorilla winning the 2017 FIFA Interactive World Cup.
The Gfinity Elite Series is unique in that each season of play sees teams drafting up players.
"FIFA is one of the most requested games by our teams, players and fans and we will create very engaging competition and content for our community. The upcoming season of Challenger Series is set to be the most competitive to date as we welcome new pro players to the tournament".
The third season of the Gfinity Elite Series kicks off on March 2018, and is an official EA Sports FIFA 18 Global Series qualifier, meaning that top performers here can earn a spot to compete in EA's The Road To Fifa eWorld Cup 2018 next August.