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15 /08


The season has been full of emotions for our Paris Saint-Germain eSports’ players who however managed to qualify for the FIWC Grand Final in London.

From August 16 to 18, they will face the best players in the world and will need to show their mental and technical strengths to be able to take a place on the podium.   « I am in the death group again. I know this makes things difficult, but if I want to be a champion, I can not choose the opponents. I'm totally focused on overcoming my rivals in London » states Rafifa13.   On his side, Aameghessib followed a special training in preparation for the Grand Finale :   « I have been spending time on analysing and observing every opponent participating in the Grand Final and taking notes of all their advantages and disadvantages to find the best tactics and strategies through utilising my opponents’ weaknesses against them, and to further develop my own skills in the game. »   Players are inspiring each others and often train together to improve their game.   « I think the two FIFA players I most admire are Bruce Grannec and my teammate August Rosenmeier. They are icons in terms of champions, behaviour and history in the FIFA history » Confides Rafael.   « Thank you all for your support this year. We will do our best to be champion in London. Allez Paris, Vamos Paris ! » he concludes.   We wish our two players to follow the path of their idols and to have the chance to lift the FIFA World Champion trophy on August 18th in London !

14 /08


The Paris Saint-Germain eSports team is pleased to welcome a new FIFA player from Qatar just before the FIFA Interactive World Cup (FIWC) Grand Final in London.

  «  It is an honour to be part of the PSG eSports team and I am thrilled and full of excitement to get the opportunity to compete for Paris Saint-Germain. »   Ahmed has always been passionate about football and is moreover a professional player for the Duhail Sport Club team. It was very natural to him to move towards the FIFA game. He started to play at a professional level from FIFA15 and quickly managed to become someone in the competitive milieu. He has become the best player in Qatar and was able to qualify for the FIWC after his first Regional Qualifier.   «  I feel very confident and excited to be competing with such a competitive and challenging group and my hopes are to be capable of qualifying further to the top. »   «  I have always been a fan of Paris Saint-Germain, always following up on the team and to get the opportunity to be part of their eSports division is a dream come true ! My favourite players would have to be Di Maria and Neymar, though I have always been inspired by Verratti and Thiago Motta since both players are Midfielders and that is the same position that I play as a professional football player. »   Welcome in the team Ahmed ‘Aameghessib’ Al-Meghessib, we wish you the best of luck for the FIWC !   « I would like to thank PSG eSport team for giving me the chance to compete with them and also I would like to thank Hamad Al-Meghaiseeb my cousin for helping me with my carrier. Allez Paris ! »  

05 /08
League of Legends


From a common agreement, Paris Saint-Germain eSports and Matti ‘Whiteknight’ Sormunen decided to transfer him into the League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) team : Ninjas In Pyjamas.

  It’s been a complicated Summer Split for PSG eSports. As the team didn’t manage to transpose their scrim results into the real games, we needed to make some roster changes. In the middle of the Split Matti ‘Whiteknight’ Sormunen had to let the Top lane to Max ‘Satorius’ Günther.   « I am quite happy of the spring split, coming so close to LCS, and of my own performance. Summer split was a disaster though. It brought me a lot of knowledge about the game overall and found some of my weaknesses that I can work on. »   Bora says : « Matti has always been a good player considering that he has always been in the top Solo Queue rankings. He needed to obviously learn a lot to play in a team and to be a good teammate but improved at a good pace. He has been a solid player and I believe that he will be a great player in the future. »   At first Matti joined PSG eSports to play as the starter top laner of the Spring Split, with the last changes in the team his new substitute role didn’t suit him.   « I feel excited about joining NiP and I am looking forward to improving myself and hopefully showing up when it counts. I would like to thank all my fans for their support even when I am not on my best performance ! »   Yellowstar stated : « The transfer of Matti to Ninjas In Pyjamas is a good opportunity for him to get more experience in competitive, especially in the LCS. Not surprising to see a lot of transfers at this time considering that playoffs or promotion/relegation are approaching. Glad to see this happening and becoming more common. »   We really want to thank Whiteknight for doing such a great job on the top lane. See you soon on the Rift !

04 /08


July 27th, Paris.

All the participants of the FIFA Interactive Club World Cup (FICWC) have been announced, the tournament will take place in London on August 5th. Paris Saint-Germain will be present with its two European players August ‘Agge’ Rosenmeier and Lucas ‘DaXe’ Cuillerier.   Lately many football clubs joined eSports and recruited FIFA players. FIWC offered a last chance to get a spot for the FIWC Grand Final in London, a first edition of a tournament between 24 players representing 19 football clubs will be played on August 5th. Paris Saint-Germain being a pioneer in football club eSports will obviously take part in it with two players.   As a reminder the FIWC Grand Final gathers all the Regionals’ winners, they will compete from 16-18 August in London in order to determine the best player of the year.   The FICWC tournament will be played in a standard format and is a great last chance for players who are performing in a club to qualify.   Competing players will be split into two divisions for Playstation and Xbox, each division will be split into two groups of 6 players. The top 2 players in each groups will go through the final phase. Each division champions will be qualified for the FIWC Grand Final.   August ‘Agge’ Rosenmeier and Lucas ‘DaXe’ Cuillerier will have their last chance to qualify for the FIWC Grand Final in a prestigious tournament. Among the participants some well known faces as Fouad ‘Rafsou’ Fares from OL eSports, Benedikt ‘Salz0r’ Saltzer playing for VfL Wolfsburg or Kieran ‘Kez’ Brown from Manchester City.   Good luck to Agge & DaXe and allez Paris !