A 15-year-old EA FIFA wonderkid has established an amazing precedent with a surprising winning run of more than 500 games!
Anders Vejrgang, of Denmark, is broadly considered as the best FIFA major part on the planet, before he has even gotten the opportunity to participate in true competitions.
Vejrgang can just play in competitions once he is beyond 16 years old, yet as of now addresses RB Leipzig's esports group, and on Sunday, 14 February, his astounding winning run reached a conclusion.
Playing in FIFA Ultimate Team's Weekend League, players can get a limit of 30 successes in FUT 21 Champions. Vejrgang has been piling up the successes as the ends of the week have moved by since the dispatch of the game back in October, and set another world record with 535 triumphs prior to tasting rout.
"A record for a long time yet every streak should reach a conclusion," RB Leipzig said in a tweet.
Vejrgang steamed his meeting live on Twitch and went down 5-1, with three late objectives coming as he pursued an equalizer.
Regardless of not yet having the option to vie for mammoth prize cash, the 15-year-old has just amassed an amazing web based after, with more than 91 000 endorsers on YouTube.
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