Ever dreamed of playing in the FIFA Interactive World Cup, but just didn't feel like you would be up to snuff? Toughen up. FIFA pro players Brandon Beege and Fhili have some advice for you.
"My advice would be to dip your toes, have a crack because win, draw or loss playing in these competitions, [it] will become an addiction while each and every comp you play in, you will improve and place better each time," Beege said.
Fhili's advice focuses more on the business side of esports - getting yourself out there and exposing your gameplay to as many people as possible.
"If I were talking to the young and upcoming FIFA esports players right now, I would advise them to start a YouTube and Twitch channel and start recording yourself and your gameplay," Fhili said. "Organizations aren’t just looking for talent, they are also looking for professionalism and maturity. Build your portfolio now so that when it’s time, you have something to show those guys who want to give you money for playing games like a beast."
With organizations looking to eventually make a dent, and with FIFA backing the FIFA Interactive World Cup, the game could eventually become just as large as other esports.