FIFA 20 Global Series ranking update - Upcomer
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The FIFA 20 Global series has now wrapped three major events for the season with several more to come. The ladder board race for both PS4 and Xbox have become more intense following the end of FUT Champions Cup 3 in Atlanta. Some new pros are dominating the rankings, while old faces are struggling to keep up their impressive FIFA 2019 stance.

Xbox FIFA 20 rankings

The Xbox FIFA 20 Global Series standings look a lot different from what fans might expect. For the first time in a long time, Fnatic’s Donovan “Tekkz” Hunt is not at the top of the pile. Tekkz dominated FIFA 2019 Xbox rankings from start to finish of the season. This came with a major difference of about 4,000 points between him and then second place Mossad “Msdossary” Aldossary. Free agent Niklas “NRaseck7” Raseck is currently number one on Xbox with 3,390 points, while Tekkz closely follows with 200 points less.

In fourth place is FUT Champions Cup 3 winner, Olle “Ollelito” Arbin. The 2,000 points he won from the event was enough to push him towards that fourth spot. Meanwhile, Msdossary is seventh as his finish in the top four at FUT Champions Cup 3 moved him up from ninth.

One player noticeably missing from the top 16 is PSG’s Lucas “DaXe” Cuillerier. His absence comes as a surprise as the FIFA pro was among the top 10 at this point in the season last year.

PS4 standings

On the PS4 platform, Diego “Crazy” Campagnani tops the standings with over 3,000 points. Beneath Crazy is Vitality player Corentin “Maestro” Thuillier, who sits in seventh place with just 1,570 points. Maestro won the eNations Cup last year and needs a tournament win to replicate his form from last season.

Elsewhere, 2019 FIFA eWorld Cup winner Mohammed “Mo Auba” Harkous sits in a tie at number 14. Last year’s champion has not had a great start to this season. He has failed to secure a top four finish in any FUT Champions Cup played so far. Thankfully, there are still a lot of major tournaments and regional league games for players to earn more points.

Since these rankings are key to secure a spot at the eWorld Cup, players will look to gain more points as the ladder board race becomes even more intense.

Jimoh Rashidat is a freelance esports writer with over two years of experience. She covers FIFA, League of Legends and general gaming content.