Richard says: "Pinna has had a very impressive FIFA 2019 with constant top placings making him a very good shout to go all the way in London! Despite not competing for a team he is ranked No.3 on the PS4 platform!"
Richard says: "Stokes has made an empathetic return after a few years off competing! His unbelievable understanding of the mechanics of the game and perfecting these mechanics make him dangerous!"
Richard says: "The current World Champion has had a fantastic 2019 winning two FUT Cups this season, he's attempting to be the first ever player to win back to back World Championships!"
Richard says: "Ustun might be the most attacking gamer on this list, he scores goals for fun, for what he might lack in defensive ability he certainly makes up for in goalscoring areas: Goals! Goals! Goals!"
Richard says: "Futwiz Marko is representing an entire religion of FIFA fans in the Southern Hemisphere – he is their FIFA hero! If he was to bring home the eWorldCup there might be a Futwiz Marko statue next to the Sydney opera House being built!"
Brandon says: "A player who has had one of the most impressive competitive FIFA seasons ever! Seven trophies this year, more then any other pro FIFA player in the world. He’s the man that everyone is backing and talking about heading into this FIFA eWorld Cup Finals!"
Wolfsburg Dullen Mike
Brandon says: "The youngest player here and competing in his first grand finals! He became the youngest FUT Champions Cup Winner At the age of just 16! His success saw him pick up a huge move to Wolfsburg before the finals. One of the most fearless players in London!"
Brandon says: "They call Daxe the French artist! He is known for his beautiful style of play and looks to only play proper football. He won the first ever eNations Cup this year and has remained within the top five all season thanks to his dominance! His time is definitely coming – can he be the next player to follow the footsteps of two times FeWC Winner Bruce Grannec?
FC Basel Nicolas99FC
Brandon says: "Nicolas has been a level above the rest on PS4 ever since his breakout year 2017 when he reached the finals. His Fifa 19 season has been even better, they call him the iceman! However at the 2018 eWorldCup he left the competition at the semi final stage and in his own opinion wasn’t good enough. This year he wants to become the first ever Argentine to win an eWorld Cup!
New York City Chris
Richard says: "Chris has been the most active player in terms of competition this year and was rewards for his efforts by winning the first ever eChampions League! He has more experience than most when it comes to competition and he will have a whole nation behind him as a solo representative of USA! Could they be on for a second world title this summer?