#PlayStation: Denmark’s August Rosenmeier wins Best FIFA 14 player Tournament in Brazil

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David Bytheway, an English man was beaten by Denmark’s August Rosenmeier, to claim the FIFA 14 best player, with the Brazilian legend Ronaldo presenting the award.

The official FIFA tournament – which is played on the Playstation 3 with the popular FIFA 14 game – gives football fans the chance to live out their passion for football and to interact with other fans around the world.

Rosenmeier was crowned FIFA Interactive World Cup (FIWC) World Champion after beating England’s David Bytheway 3-1 at the Final Showdown which took place on Rio de Janeiro’s iconic Sugarloaf Mountain.

Rosenmeier also got an astonishing $20,000 prize and the chance to meet footballs biggest stars at the Ballon’dOr.

The tournament offered the kind of incentive participants couldn’t of even imagined, with the 20 finalists travelled to Rio de Janeiro as part of a dream three-day trip laid on by FIFA themselves.

The finalists all got free tickets to see the France vs Germany quarter-finals game at the Maracana staduim

There was some footballing heroes in attendance at the Grand Finale, as ex-manchester United striker Dwight Yorke and Brazilian legend Ronaldo or ‘Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima‘, as he is officially known.

Danish winner Rosenmeier expressed his sincere happiness not only to win and be awarded the trophy by Ronaldo himself, but to also represent his country in Brazil.

“I’m absolutely delighted and I can’t describe how it feels to be champion,” Rosenmeier said

“Denmark isn’t here at the World Cup but we showed them we can play football on the virtual pitch. It was amazing to receive the trophy from Ronaldo.”

The 2002 World Cup winner, also described his own admiration for Rosenmeier and how he thoroughly enjoyed the tournament.

“I think it’s great to see this beautiful tournament here during the World Cup,” Ronaldo said.

“I was really impressed by the level of skill on display at the Final Showdown. These guys are really talented and I thought Rosenmeier was a worthy winner.”

The tournament is now recognised by Guinness World Records as the world’s largest online gaming tournament and more than 5,000,000 players to of taken part since 2009.




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