The worlds of real and virtual football collided in Rio de Janeiro from 1 to 4 July with the FIWC 2014 Grand Final taking place during the actual 2014 FIFA World Cup™. In the presence of Brazilian legend Ronaldo, August Rosenmeier secured Denmark its first interactive world title.
Over 2.5 million players competed in the ninth edition of the FIFA Interactive World Cup. Losing 2012 finalist Bruce Grannec redeemed himself by claiming his second FIWC title at FIWC 2013 in Madrid.
Nenad Stojkovic from the United States of America won the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2010 Grand Final in Barcelona today, thus becoming the FIFA Interactive World Champion 2010.
FIFA.com looks back at the FIFA interactive World Cup 2009, which saw Frenchman Bruce Grannec, 22, crowned as the champion in Barcelona.