From 17 to 19 May 20 of the world's best virtual footballers gathered in Germany, home of the current FIFA World Cup™ Champions, to compete at the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2015 Grand Final - virtual football's equivalent of the FIFA World Cup. The Grand Prize for winning the 2015 Grand Final of the world’s largest gaming tournament included a USD20,000 cash prize and a trip for two people to the FIFA Ballon d’Or 2015.

FIFA.com provided a dedicated live stream for the FIWC 2015 Grand Final in Munich. You can relive the entire two days of competition with our video replays. Watch the final showdown in its entirety by clicking on the video above or relive the group stage and quarterfinals by viewing the video to the right. 

New champion crowned
On the opening day of matches 20 players from all over the world stepped up to Sony PlayStation®4 consoles and competed against one another on EA SPORTS™ FIFA 15 in the hopes of securing a place in the semi-finals. By the end of the day only four players were left in the running for the coveted FIWC title: 2014 champion August Rosenmeier, newcomer Lyes Ould-Ramoul and Grand Final veterans Julien Dassonville and Abdulaziz Alshehri. On the second and final day of competition, after an intense set of matches, Abdulaziz Alshehri from Saudi Arabia was crowned the new FIFA Interactive World Cup Champion. 

Relive the Grand Final 
You can relive the entire live streams from the two days of tournament play right here on FIFA.com’s dedicated Grand Final page or on FIFATV, FIFA’s official YouTube channel.

Celebrity guests and commentators, spectacular locations and hours of virtual football, Munich 2015 was a massive success and an exciting new chapter in the history of the world's largest gaming tournament.