August 3 – Football per se may not have come home but the FIFA eWorld Cup, a virtual version of the real thing, kicked off in London on Thursday with players from all around battling to be crowned the world’s best FIFA 18 player on a digital stage.

The three-day finals feature 32 elite players from a global pool of 20 million who took part in qualifying worldwide and will use just their fingers and thumbs to try and lay their hands on the trophy and $250,000 in prize money.

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