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FIFA 21: TOTW 27 Prediction

FIFA 21: TOTW 27 Prediction

Oblak, Aubameyang and Havertz could make the TOTW 27 (source: FUTBIN).
On Wednesday evening (31.03.) EA Sports releases the 27th Team of the Week (TOTW) for FIFA 21 Ultimate Team (FUT). We present you our prediction.
Every ambitious gamer who is looking for his luck in the Weekend League (WL) at the weekend is especially eagerly waiting for the following Wednesday and Thursday. Because every Wednesday evening at 19:00 o’clock the TOTW in FIFA 21 appears and the newest inform cards are presented to us.
The following Thursday morning from 9:00 am, the WL rewards can then be accessed. Gamers can look forward to FUT Champions points, coins, packs and player picks. The higher the rank, the better the packs and the more player picks you get to be able to directly grab the coveted TOTW players.
Whether TOTW 27 can keep up with TOTW 26, which was released last week, remains to be seen.
This is what the team of the week 27 could look like (source: FUTBIN).

Jan Oblak (93)

The Slovenian goalkeeper could be given a place in goal this week. He kept his slate clean in his national team’s 1-0 win over the highly favored Croats, securing three points for his team.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (89)

The Arsenal FC player has made a lasting impression in the striker position. With a goal and an assist in the 3-0 win against the Democratic Republic of Congo, the 31-year-old was instrumental in his Gabonese side’s victory.

Kai Havertz (86)

The exceptional German talent was in the starting lineup for both the 3-0 win against Iceland and the hard-fought 1-0 win against Romania. He impressed with a goal and two assists. Havertz also has an Ones to Watch (OTW) card, which would improve with a TOTW nomination.
It remains to be seen what happens Wednesday night at 7pm, because then EA Sports presents the new team of the week. We are excited about the release and of course wish you a lot of pack luck on Thursday!
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1st FC Heidenheim is German Club Champion

1. FC Heidenheim is German Club Champion

1. FC Heidenheim crowned champions of the VBL Club Championship (Source: DFL).
After an exciting final weekend in the VBL Club Championship by bevestor, the German Club Champion in eFootball has been decided: newcomer 1. FC Heidenheim crowned itself champion in its premiere season.

1. FC Heidenheim & RB Leipzig as group winners

The final of the VBL Club Championship by bevestor started on Saturday with the group stage: the eight participating clubs competed in two groups of four teams each. With a clear 9:0 win against the favored VfL Wolfsburg and a 6:3 win against VfL Bochum, 1. FC Heidenheim punched its ticket for the knockout round.
Even a defeat against the second surprise team of the current season, FC St. Pauli, did not put the group victory of the Heidenheim team in danger. With 18 points and a goal difference of 18:14, the duo of Serhat “Serhatinho01” Öztürk & Denis “Denis” Müller advanced to the semifinals.
Group B was similarly clear-cut, with RB Leipzig the clear favorite. With a 7:1 win over TSG Hoffenheim and a 7:1 win over Borussia Mönchengladbach, the duo of Richard “RBLZ_Gaucho” Hormes and Umut “RBLZ_Umut” Gültekin underlined their role as favorites.
Even a 2:5 defeat against 1. FC Köln did not put the group win in danger for the team from Sachsen.

Leipzig loses semifinal, Heidenheim on top

After a one-day break, the semifinals of the VBL Club Championship by bevestor started. At 11:45 am, 1. FC Heidenheim faced 1. FC Köln, while RB Leipzig had to deal with FC St. Pauli.
It didn’t take too long for the first big surprise, as the favored Leipzig team was beaten 1-0 by the eKiezkickers from Hamburg in the opening double match.
With a 3:0 score on PlayStation, RBLZ_Umut put his club in a good starting position. After a 1-1 draw on Xbox, the all-decisive fourth game had to be played, but luck was not to favor the Red Bulls: in the 20th minute of the game, the golden goal was scored for FC St. Pauli around Erol “Erol_96x” Bernhardt & Mustafa “xMusti19” Cankal, who ultimately deserved to enter the final.
The second semi-final, on the other hand, was much clearer, with 1. FC Heidenheim giving 1. FC Köln no chance: with a 2:1 victory in the doubles and a 2:0 win on the PlayStation, Serhatinho01 punched the final ticket for the Baden-Württemberger.
The Heidenheim duo then also started the grand final with a good tailwind, winning the first game 2-1. In the second game Denis closed the bag relatively quickly and gave his opponent Erol “Erol_96x” Bernhardt no chance in the decisive 2:0 victory.
For the eight participating clubs in the final of the VBL Club Championship 2020/21 by bevestor, however, the FIFA 21 season is not yet over. They form the first half of the VBL Grand Final by bevestor, which will be played from June 04 – 06. The other 16 participants will join them from the playoffs, which are scheduled for mid-May.
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How to go Pro 2 – Training structure & training plan

How to go Pro 2 - Training structure & training plan

Coaching & Training are essential to keep up with the best (Source: FIFA)
Rich and famous by playing FIFA? – As an eSports player this is possible!

In the first part of our series “How to go Pro” you could learn what a FIFA pro is and which basic requirements you have to fulfill to become one. If you have done these steps, you are ready to start your personal FIFA Bootcamp with the right training plan.

Training plan

Before you directly start to create an Excel spreadsheet, there is one thing that stands above all. Namely the definition of a goal. You have to think about what you want to achieve with gaming. It doesn’t matter if you want to become a FIFA World Champion or just finish the FUT Weekend League with bronze two, you need a goal to work towards.

When you’re done with that, take a look in the mirror. At least figuratively, because you need to know who you currently are and how good you are at the moment. Define your status quo, because this is the only way to recognize your progress.

This brings us directly to the next point: training diary. Yes, every hard gamer should keep a diary where they record training and game results. So, when you have finished a Weekend League game, for example, the game info is your best friend. Because here you have all the basic statistics listed. Write them down in your training diary! Score, possession, shots, shots on goal, passing percentage, etc. EVERYTHING is relevant and helps to make you better!
The workout plans of eSports athletes & strength athletes have a lot in common (Source: University of Nottingham)

Training structure - How often? How long? Which exercises?

Real eSports pros train 6-7 days a week for 8-16 hours a day, and that’s what it takes to keep up with the absolute best in the world. However, it’s not just about training as much as possible, but also about content and methodology.

After a match, professionals start directly with the match analysis, where they pay close attention to the tops and flops of the last match. Every ball loss and every goal conceded are closely scrutinized and then trained in isolation. The game scene is re-enacted in a friendly match and repeated until they are better able to resolve the situation. So, for example, if you concede too many goals through the wings, you have your training partner attack you through the wings until you are stable.

It is best to find a training partner who is slightly better than you. In addition, it is advantageous to watch the pros in order to learn one or two tricks. Another possibility is to start directly a coaching with a FIFA pro  and get taught all the tricks live.
If you are still looking for a training partner, then check out our Discord Channel and become a new FIFA Champ together with our community!

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By Maurice Schürch

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Anders Vejrgang Crosses the €15,000 Mark in FIFA Prize Money

Anders Vejrgang Crosses the €15,000 Mark in FIFA Prize Money

Anders Vejrgang is filling the bank at a young age. (Source: RB Leipzig)
EA Sports organize the main FIFA pro events, but esports players sometimes take matters in their own hands and set up their own FIFA 21 tournaments. Those who are consistently successful in the Blacki Cup & Co. Community events can look forward to good amounts of prize money. The available info shows how Anders Vejrgang earned €15,000 with little effort.
Anders Vejrgang of RB Leipzig is one of the best FIFA players in the world. This is indicated not only by his success in the Weekend League, but also by his appearances in community tournaments. Due to his age, the Dane is not yet allowed to play in the FIFA 21 Global Series by EA Sports, but the restrictions do not apply to smaller tournaments.
Elias Nerlich and Maurice Aliu are best known in Germany for their Eligella and Blacki Cups, which regularly attract Europe’s FIFA elite. Anders regularly takes part to test his skills and pick up prize money. RB Leipzig’s FIFA jewel has already collected over €15,000 at the Blacki Cups.
Young Anders has good reason to smile. (Source: RB Leipzig)

How Much is Anders Vejrgang Making from FIFA?

The EA regulations for community tournaments prohibit high prize money: the maximum prize pool is $2,500. However, since the cups take place very often, a large sum can be collected over a few weeks. A list of earnings at the Blacki Cups organized by Maurice Aliu shows just how much Anders Vejrgang has won: exactly €15,335.
For comparison, in a European regional cup organized by EA Sports, the prize money for first place is $15,000 or the equivalent of just under €12,600. The reason for Anders’ prize money numbers is not only his regular participation but also his many victories. The FIFA talent has finished among the top four players in the Blacki Cups 28 times so far.
Vejrgang is part of an ambitious esports project at RBLZ Gaming. (Source: RB Leipzig)
The next best player on the list – Ander “Neat” Tobal, has only 13 placements in the top four. Of the German players, Denis Müller, Mohammed “MoAuba” Harkous and Cina “LostInTheWavesz” Hosseindjani have collected the most prize money so far: between €2,000 and €2,800.
The size of the pot at the Blacki Cups depends on the number of participants: everyone pays a €5 entry fee. The more players that take part, the larger the prize pool. Around 200 competitors are common at tournaments, although they take place almost every day.
The 100th edition of the Blacki Cup is scheduled for tomorrow, March 26. Anders Vejrgang is surely going to be there, because, for him, these tournaments remain one of the few stages in the pro FIFA scene where he can shine at present time.
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By Kiril Stoilov

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FUT Birthday Team 1 Leak

FUT Birthday Team 1 Leak

The FIFA FUT Birthday Team has been leaked. (Source: Twitter Kadoh_EU).
Every year it is highly anticipated which FUT cards EA Sports will release for the birthday of its popular footbal simulation. As previously announced by EA Sports, FUT Birthday Team 1 will be released this Friday (March 26) at 7pm. Those of you who can’t wait until tomorrow are in luck. We’ll tell you today which players you can probably look forward to. Here you can see the leaked FUT Birthday Team 1 with potential values.
• F. Mendy (Real Madrid)

• Vardy (Leicester City)

• Thiago (Liverpool FC)

• Hwang (RB Leipzig)

• Lucas (Tottenham Hotspur)

• Sane (FC Bayern München)

• Inaki (Athletic Bilbao)

• Perisic (Inter Mailand)

• Sambia (Montpellier HSC)
What do you think of this leak, does it meet your expectations or is it disappointing?
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The first half of FIFA 21 Icon Swap 2 is about to end

The first half of FIFA 21 Icon Swap 2 is about to end

Secure the rewards from the Icon Swaps (Source: EA Sports).
At the FIFA 21 FUT Icon Swaps 2 you can get some icons as a reward. For a change you don’t have to spend coins, but you have to master tasks in different FUT game modes. For the successful completion of a task you will receive tokens, which you can exchange for packs and icon cards. At the moment Icon Swap 2 is running, how far it is and how it will go on, you can find out here.
By completing the tasks you will receive tokens that you can exchange for packs and icon cards. (Source: EA Sports).

The first half of Icon Swaps 2 is almost over

The FIFA 21 FUT Icon Swaps 2 is divided into two halves. Currently we are at the end of the first half (February 19 to March 26), which means for you, you only have until Friday 7pm to complete your remaining tasks to collect all available tokens (9). The second half of Icon Swaps 2 will end on May 07 and will also give you 9 tokens. If you haven’t completed all the tasks yet, you should do it now, because after tomorrow night you won’t have a chance to catch up.

Icon cards or packs

The more tokens you have collected at the end of FIFA FUT Icon Swaps 2, the more choice you have in your rewards. You can choose between the following six icons:
• Roberto Baggio (94 OVR) – 17 Token

• Emilio Butragueno (87 OVR) – 15 Token

• Laurent Blanc (89 OVR) – 13 Token

• Marc Overmars (91 OVR) – 11 Token

• Ashley Cole (89 OVR) – 9 Token

• Deco (91 OVR) – 7 Token
If the icon cards don’t appeal to you, you can also hope for a Prime Icon Moments card in the Pack Rewards. The following nine packs are available for you to choose from.
• Prime- oder Momente-Icon-Pack – 16 Token

• 91+ Prime-Icon-Pack – 14 Token

• Prime-Icon-Pack – 12 Token

• Mittleres- oder Prime-Icon-Pack – 10 Token

• Mittleres-Icon-Pack – 9 Token

• Basis-Icon-Pack – 8 Token

• 83+ x25-Pack – 8 Token

• 82+ x25-Pack – 3 Token

• 81+ x25-Pack – 2 Token

A whole 34 Moments cards are available in the packs (source: EA Sports).
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FIFA 21: TOTW 26 is live

FIFA 21: TOTW 26 is live

The Team of the Week 26 is here (Source: EA Sports)
Yesterday evening (24.03.) EA Sports released the 26th Team of the Week (TOTW) for FIFA 21 Ultimate Team (FUT). We show you which are the most interesting players and how to use them best.
Just before the FUT Birthday Promo Event starts tomorrow Friday (03/26), EA Sports punctually releases the Team of the Week (TOTW) 26.

The TOTW 26 not only includes a strong card of Frenchman Karim Benzema, but also brings playable upgrades for one or the other Bundesliga player.

You’ll get the popular TOTW players either from packs or from the Player Picks of your Weekend League (WL) rewards.

The best players from TOTW 26

Benzema, Gnabry and Mertens are the strongest players in TOTW 26 (Source: FUTBIN).
There are several playable cards in the new TOTW. We briefly introduce you to the three best ones.

Karim Benzema (ST)

The card of the Madrilenian has some advantages, but also a huge disadvantage. The 93 striker’s strengths are mainly shooting (91), dribbling (91) and passing (88). A decent physique makes him a beefy, finishing player. The Frenchman’s big weakness is his pace. With 81 pace he is simply too slow and even a chemistry style like Hunter, who brings +10 in pace, still doesn’t make him fast enough. Still, a decent card, and owners of his headliner card can also look forward to an upgrade.

Serge gnabry (lm)

The man with the mixing bowl from FC Bayern Munich is one of the strongest wingers in the Bundesliga. His stats in dribbling (87), pace (86) and shooting (85) are strong, but nothing for the absolute world class. However, with the right chemistry style like Hunter or Catalyst, he is quite playable and at a current price of 95,000 coins, you can’t complain.

Dries Mertens (ST)

The bustling Belgian is perhaps this week’s insider tip. With a four-star rating in Skills and Weak Foot, as well as an Agility rating of 95, the diminutive striker is extremely agile. 87 pace, 90 dribbling and a decent finish with 84 shooting, make Mertens a very unpleasant striker for all defenders. The only drawback is his strength score of 38, but at a price of just under 130,000 coins, you can overlook that.
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FIFA 21 Javier Hernández Flashback SBC Cheapest Solution

FIFA 21 Javier Hernández Flashback SBC Cheapest Solution

Chicharito is back to prowl the penalty area. (Source: EA Sports)
Javier Hernández was a nightmare for defenders in Europe for many years. With his new FIFA 21 Flashback SBC, EA Sports celebrate his goalscoring prowess while playing for Bayer Leverkusen in the German Bundesliga. It is a cheap SBC, but is it worth doing? Our solution reveals this.
If your team was playing against Javier Hernández a few years back, you just knew your squad would concede a cheeky goal at some point of the match. His FIFA 21 Flashback SBC reflects that very well, but is the card any good for FUT?

The FIFA 21 Javier Hernández Flashback SBC Card

Flashback Javier Hernández is a good card to get for just 90,000 coins. That is, if you have someone to link him with. Have Player Moments Jonathan dos Santos on your FUT squad already? Then great, do this SBC. If not, then perhaps you should fold your hand.
Javier Hernández isn't the most skillful striker, but for less than 100,000 coins, might as well. (Source: FUTBIN)
Playing in the MLS would hurt Chicharito’s stock in most scenarios, but if that isn’t an issue for you, the card is worth the minor investment. Average skill moves and weak foot are the only notable issues you’ll face with the Mexican. The Marksman chemistry style raises his OVR to 93, yet we would personally go for Hawk as that 84 sprint speed does need a boost.

FIFA 21 Javier Hernández Flashback SBC Cheapest Solution

Two teams are required for Flashback Javier Hernández:

• Min. one Mexican player, min. 80 OVR, min. 80 chemistry

• Min. one Bundesliga player, min. one TOTW player, min. 83 OVR, min. 75 chemistry

Team 1: Rising Star

The first team costs pennies due to the very low OVR. For just about 15,000 coins, you can build this squad made up almost entirely of La Liga players. Mexico captain Andrés Guardado fulfils the nation requirement.
First team barely cracks 15,000 coins. (Source: FUTBIN)

Team 2: League Finesse

The second team is naturally more expensive because the OVR rises by three points. Still, our German backline gives us enough chemistry for us to be able to maneuver around cheaper stars from the MLS and add Éver Banega. The receipt should say 75,000 coins.
Our German back four opens up cheaper options up front. (Source: FUTBIN)
Is Flashback Javier Hernández cheap enough for you to go at this SBC? If you do decide to snap him, you will have a true clinical striker at your disposal.
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By Kiril Stoilov

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FIFA 21: FUT Birthday promo starts on Friday

FIFA 21: FUT Birthday promo starts on Friday

The FUT Birthday promo for FIFA 21 is about to start this friday (Source: EA Sports).
The FUT Birthday promo for FIFA 21 Ultimate Team is about to start, EA Sports has confirmed the start of the event for this Friday (26.03.).
With a loading screen EA Sports has confirmed the start of the new event in FIFA 21 Ultimate Team (FUT). As expected by many fans, the FUT Birthday promo will begin this Friday, March 26, at 7 p.m. – just one week after FUT’s actual twelfth birthday. The game mode was first included in FIFA 09 and has since become the most popular in the entire game. In the past few years, the FUT Birthday promo has always been very popular with players, as it has brought some of the strongest cards ever into the FUT packs, including particularly strong items from the likes of Kylian Mbappé and Paul Pogba.
Which cards can we expect this year at FUT Birthday-Release? (Source: FUTBIN).
In the previous editions of the promo, there were also position changes and five stars on skill moves or the weak foot. We can look forward to similar highlights this year as well. In the past Birthday events, there were always two different teams, each of the teams being available for one week. A similar division seems likely this year as well. In addition, as usual, there should be different cards via Squad Building Challenges (SBCs) and Objectives. What exactly awaits players this year will be revealed on Friday evening when EA Sports raises the curtain on the new promo.
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FIFA 21 Global Series Europe Qualifier

FIFA 21 Global Series Europe Qualifier

The tournament overview of the FIFA 21 Global Series Europe Qualifier. (Source: EA Sports)
The FIFA 21 Global Series is in full swing and last weekend (March 20-21) the fourth European qualifier was determined. The online tournament was played over two days until the two winners on the consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox One were determined. In addition to a prize money of $15,000 each, they can look forward to earning coveted ranking points.

Europe qualifiers

After Levi de Weerd had already won the Winner Finals on PlayStation 4 against the Spaniard Gravesen with 5:4 (1:0; 4:4) in the first and second leg, Gravesen had to take the detour via the Losers Final. In this final he met his compatriot Adriman from DUX Gaming. After two close games Gravesen won 4:3 (2:1; 2:2) and got his revenge against the Dutchman in the Grand Final. As in the previous duel between the two, it was two hard-fought games with the better end for the man from Team Gullit. Levi de Weerd again kept the upper hand in two games (2:1; 2:2) and could again prevail with only one goal difference (4:3) and could thus celebrate the tournament victory.
On Xbox One there was a German – German duel between predatorFIFA and DullenMIKE in the Winners Final. After a clear 8:1 victory from two games, predatorFIFA deservedly reached the Grand Final, where he met DullenMIKE again. The man from the e-sports team NEO prevailed in the Losers Final and managed to find his way into the Grand Final after all. In the first two games in the final predatorFIFA conceded a crashing 1:7 defeat (1:2; 0:5). But because the man from VFL Bochum came from the Winner Bracket into the final, there was a second match. He won this match 4:3 (2:0; 2:3) and so won the tournament.
PredatorFIFA and Levi de Weerd are the winners of the FIFA 21 Global Series Europe Qualifiers 4 tournament. (Source: EA Sports)

FIFA Global Series

The FIFA 21 Global Series will be played from December 2020 to May 2021 and will be divided into six regions in total. Europe, North America, South America, East Asia, West Asia and Oceania. To participate in the Global Series, you must register and reach Elite Rank 1 in FUT Champions. Once registered players reach 27 wins in a single Weekend League, they will receive “FUT Champions Verification”. With this, you can compete in online regional cups and earn the points needed to make it to the regional playoffs. In the regional playoffs the best FIFA 21 player of each region will be crowned.
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