Competitive FIFA staple Zimme joins AS Roma eSports team
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fifa ultimate team coins it's only appropriate that another big club makes another notable move before qualifying season gets underway.
Recent European competitive staple Simon 'Zimme' Nystedt of Sweden is the latest to make a big move, officially becoming a AS Roma eSports player. Zimme joins Sam 'Poacher' Carmody and Nicoló 'Insa' Mirra representing the massive Italian club at official FIFA tournaments
Zimme, an 18 year old hailing from Eskilstuna, Sweden, has been playing FIFA profesionally since 2015. He reached the finals of the European Regional Qualifiers of the FIWC in 2017, has regularly competed in the Swedish FIFA championships at the time of his move is currently ranked as the second best FIFA player in his home country.
Though not an Ultimate Team Championship qualifying event, the ESWC PGW FIFA18 Challenge will mark the informal beginning of the FUT 18 competitive calendar November 3-5 in Paris, France. We'll have to see if any of the Roma players start their runs there or if their focus is on the presumed beginning of FUT Champions Weekend League qualifying that weekend.However, no matter how many times people are advised to “be patient” or to "wait and adjust" these snap judgements are unavoidable. So at that point the focus must shift to EA and how they manage this type of feedback internally, particularly the parts relating to gameplay. If something is genuinely broken within a mode, or a menu then EA should fix it right away, no questions asked. But when it comes to gameplay, I personally think EA need to proceed with great caution because once that patch lands, there's just about no going back.