Didn't drop a game
Ollelito with Flawless FIFA 20 Summer Cup Series Europe Victory
Swedish youngster Olle "Ollelito" Arbin is making a name for himself in the 2020 FIFA competitive season. The Ninjas in Pyjamas representative marched through the FIFA 20 Summer Cup Series without losing a single game, which could only mean one thing: this kid ain't no joke.
Ollelito Destroys Competition at FIFA 20 Summer Cup Series Europe
Ollelito was a backthought on the FIFA 20 competitive scene up until a few months ago. He'd be the first one to admit that. The same way we'd be the first to admit that he's now one of the first thoughts that come up when thinking dominant European FIFA players.
The Swede won his first ever competitive FIFA trophy at the very beginning of this year at FUT Champions Cup Stage 3. While that championship run came out of absolutely nowhere, this one should not have caught as many people by surprise. What is a bit surprising, however, is the undisputable way in which young Olle did his deeds.
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The NiP man did not lose a game all weekend long, disappointing half of Europe nation along the way. Roma's Polish dynamo Damian "damie" Augustyniak, Italian Daniele "Prinsipe" Paolucci, the French maestro Corentin "Maestro" Thuillier and Great Britain's very own Thomas "Tom" Leese all fell victim to Sweden's wonder child. Tom even had the privilege to do so twice, having lost in the winners' final before repeating the action in the Grand Final.
Sweden nearly imposed its will in absolute terms, but their other major player in the bracket Oliver "OliBoli7" Uttgren lost to Tom in the lower bracket final. As a whole, Tom can be proud of himself, for it was only he that defended the Queen's honor in the FIFA 20 Summer Cup Series. Britain and Germany had by far the strongest representation, yet only Tom cracked the top four. Germans were particularly disappointing with not a single man ranked in the top eight.
Ollelito's victory in the FIFA 20 Summer Cup Series comes with a moderate $15,000 check. Should have given him a couple bucks more for going undefeated, EA. C'mon, do something, EA!