Gfinity Elite Series: FIFA 18 Road to the Finals

It’s time for the final showdown. Just four teams remain in the FIFA 18 tournament at the Gfinity Elite Series, as RealSports looks at how they got there.

Alastair Pusinelli by Alastair Pusinelli

The finals are almost upon us. The debut of FIFA 18 this season has brought another dimension to the Elite Series, and the crowds at the Gfinity Arena in London have been wowed by goal after goal.

Just four teams remain after the group stages and playoffs over the past seven weeks, and with a place at the FIFA eWorld Cup at stake, plenty rides on the semifinals and final on Friday, April 27.

RealSport looks at the four remaining teams and how they made it to the final four.

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Team Envy

League position: 1st in Group A (8 points)

Record: 2 wins, 2 draws

Top goal scorer: EisVogel – 12 goals

RealSport ranking: 1st

Group A table toppers Envy opened up against exceL, and Aero got his side off to a great start with a 3-2 win over Painter. The pressure was off FUT Champions Cup finalist EisVogel and he picked up a 2-1 victory over Kevin Connolly.

In game 2, they came up against French outfit Vitality, with Aero tasting defeat for the only time in the competition, going down to Ty 1-0. Jas came in as a last-minute replacement, and he salvaged his team, producing a last-gasp 4-3 victory against Moolzn. 

A draw came against Nordavind, but Envy finished strong to top their group with a routine victory over Hashtag United, knocking their opponents out of the competition in the process.

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Alastair Pusinelli

First console: GameBoy Color / Favourite Game: Assassin's Creed 2 / Currently playing: Football Manager 2020

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