Investing In FIFA 20 Player Performances Guide

Watching football (especially live) can be a real asset to helping you get ahead of the millions of other traders on the market. By watching games you can see when players are playing well or when they have scored a great goal, for example. U4GM have already discussed in-depth the effect that a real-life performance can have in the FUT world. They may be featured in the TOTW  and this can lead to their non IF card rising in price also. Even if players aren’t featured in the TOTW, players prices can still rise slightly if they’ve had a great game in real life.


A classic example of this was with one of the players U4GM knew the price of well last year. Daniel Sturridge scored 2 and assisted 1 in a 4-0 win for Liverpool versus their local rivals Everton on the 24th January 2019. He scored in the 33rd and 35th minute and as soon as U4GM saw Liverpool were on top and Sturridge looked incredibly dangerous U4GM started to invest in even more Sturridge’s than U4GM already had. U4GM bought 10 versions of his card for slightly over his going rate at the time of 7,000 coins, a 70,000 outlay. By the end of half-time, U4GM looked and were seeing his card selling for 12,500 FIFA 20 coins, almost double what U4GM had paid around 25 minutes earlier (crazy!). Even though he didn’t get into the TOTW for this week (probably the fact the game was played on the Tuesday night when TOTW is, as U4GM know, announced on Wedesday at 3 pm UK time. He still peaked at around 17,000 coins on a Tuesday night! Because of this, U4GM guessed he wouldn’t be included in the TOTW and U4GM sold for 14,000 coins to almost double our money. Timing your investments is vital as this method is becoming more and more popular with each version of the game. Taking this into account you’ll need to be very careful when doing this. Many people and U4GM have experimented with this, have started to predict when players will have MOTM performances (we have had dozens of huge successes with using this method, particularly in major tournaments and finals of competitions). Worst case scenario; the player you invest in doesn’t perform as well as expected. If this happens then you can sell them for what you bought them for (assuming you bought them 5% below their value due to EA tax). However, in order to be successful in the art of investing in player performances, you need to know what type of players to look for and what type of conditions can help you succeed in this method. Selling the player has a huge impact and knowing when to sell is crucial. Many people just see buying the player for a great price as being job done, IT ISN’T.

Things to look for when investing in a player:
1. You want to make sure their league or nationality is popular (even better if they play one of the bigger clubs in that league)
2. You want to make sure they have decent stats (obviously, relative to the color of their card). The main stats people notice are rating & pace. Then there are skill move ratings followed by weak foot ability and work rates.
3. It is easier to make higher margins on player performances with the lower-rated (bronze or silver) cards. On FIFA 17 two great examples were Bellerin and Rashford (once he was introduced). More popular players such as Hazard who featured in 3 different TOTW’s in fairly quick succession went up 20% of his original value.

What conditions help player HYPE?
1. Look for televised games on any major channel. This will help to ensure that the player has maximum exposure. Although you can make good coins by investing in players that play well in the Barclays PL on a Saturday or Sunday, an exclusive
Sunday afternoon BPL fixture or a Tuesday night Champions League game will receive more viewers across the world. Alternatively, look at other major leagues such as the Bundesliga, Liga BBVA and Serie A which all have great TV exposure.

2. Huge games such as the FA CUP Final, Champions League Final, Capital One Cup Final, Europa League Cup Final, Internationals, Copa del Rey Cup Final and game where the underdogs win which happens frequently in the FA Cup, can significantly increase player hype and change prices rapidly.

3. By being in constant contact with the massive social media world you can constantly keep in touch with the football world. Also subscribing to popular YouTube entertainers who are producing daily content on FIFA can add to a players demand within hours. If a popular one like Nepenthez recommends a player or is going crazy about a ‘Beast’ they have found this will make thousands of their fans rush to get that player for their team.

Brazilian Teams to join FIFA 16

Brazilian Teams to join FIFA 16

Today, EA Sports annouced that 16 Brazilian teams will be available in FIFA 16. The teams with authentic crests and club name are, Atlético-MG, Atlético-PR, Avaí, Coritiba, Chapecoense, Cruzeiro, Figueirense, Fluminense, Grêmio, Internacional, Joinville, Ponte Preta, Palmeiras, Santos, São Paulo, and Vasco da Gama. At launch, the 16 Brazilian teams will appear with authentic crests and kits. Updated player names and visuals will need an online* update when and if available.

“We have worked to create the best possible experience for FIFA fans in Brazil and around the world to include Brazilian teams,” said Jonathan Harris, Brazil Manager, EA. “We know FIFA fans love playing with Brazilian players and teams across the game, so adding 16 clubs is positive news for all fans.”

All Brazilian teams in FIFA 16 are available in the Rest of the World team menu and will be playable in most game modes. In Career Mode, players on Brazilian clubs will be available in the transfer database for when fans want to acquire them for their campaign. In FIFA Ultimate Team™, players on Brazilian Clubs will become available after fans accept and download the update when and if available.

Corinthians, Flamengo, Sport and Goiás will not be included into FIFA 16.

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Six Years of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team, EA Sports Celebrates

There will be a celebration – six year anniversary of the introduction of the Ultimate Team game mode for FIFA 15 held by EA Sports in this week, launching a new major event associated with it and give FIFA 15 players a chance to get some free football players, which would save some FIFA 15 Coins for gamers.

Until March 29 all fans will be able to get one free pack every single day as long as they log into the football sim, each of them an occasion to get access to the biggest stars of the sport.

A special Birthday Cup for FIFA 15 Ultimate Team is also introduced, with each gamer able to get a rare tradable in-form version of players that were included in previous Team of the Weeks.

Six Years of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team

Gamers can get access to superstars like Cristiano Ronalso, two types of Lionel Messi, one upgraded and one not, Neuer, Philip Lahm and many more.

To quality gamers need to play at least one match of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team during the week and the official store is also introducing new player packs every day, with EA Sports set to give out more details about them on social media.

Ultimate Team is the most important long-term attraction of the series at the moment

Ultimate Team was largely ignored by the public when it was first introduced because it seemed like just another way to attract attention to the already well developed multiplayer element of the FIFA experience.

Six years later the mode has become one of the main reasons why a lot of fans are picking up the EA Sports football simulator and vast sums are spent in order to secure access to the best players and to create a competitive team.

Six Years of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team

Recently the developers have introduced an entirely new Price Range concept, placing upper and lower limits for all players, with the long-term expectation that they will make the playing field more level for all those involved.

Recently FIFA 15 also received a fourth major title update, mostly concerned with stability, and EA Sports is at the moment also working on the version of the title that is supposed to be launched later in 2015.

We can’t get more details about the major title update yet, but we will know everything with it in late September.

Do you agree that FIFA has more influence than religion

It’s really funy that football’s world governing body FIFA has more influence than any religion, which Blatter told UTfifa15coins in an interview yesterday. What’s the matter with Blatter?

“FIFA is more influential than any country in the world and every religion due to the positive emotions it releases,” Blatter told Sonntags-Zeitung.

“We move masses. We want to use this to create more peace, justice and health in the world.”

Blatter, 79, said if he was re-elected FIFA president at the FIFA Congress on May 29 he would continue the federation’s reform process.

“We have to do everything to raise FIFA’s credibility,” he said.

FIFA has more influence than religion

Blatter said he want to continue as FIFA president “because the majority of the federations” wanted him to stay.

“I believe in God and I believe in myself. That’s why I can fulfil my duties independently of age,” he said.

Blatter is seeking to win a fifth term in the May 29 election in Zurich.

Former Portuguese international Luis Figo, Netherlands Football Association chairman Michael van Praag and Jordan Football Association president Prince Ali bin al Hussein are the other candidates. All three have been backed by various European federations.

In my opinion, FIFA couldn’t has more influence than religion, which has terrible power and make people crazy!

Meet the creative director of EA Sports’ games

The real Manchester City striker Sergio Agüero (left) and as he appears in EA Sports’ FIFA15 game (right) What does it take to be the creative director of one of the world’s most popular computer games? We spoke to Matt Prior of EA Sports’ FIFA series

Creative Review: Creative director of EA Sports’ FIFA games would sound like a dream job to many – can you tell us how long you have been doing this, how you got into it and how you define your current role?

Matt Prior: I have been with EA for about 13 years and started at the most grass roots of levels, as a QA [Quality Assurance] tester. I actually started on [car racing game] Need For Speed but my love of football soon got me onto FIFA QA and then into production and then up to the creative director role. That’s one of the great things about EA, it doesn’t really matter how you got here, as long as you can prove you are great at what you do and have a passion for it, which I think is as it should be within the creative industry. Essentially I started in the trenches and many other producers did likewise.

I ended up in Vancouver [where the FIFA team is based] purely by chance. Prior to joining EA I was actually an expedition leader running overland trips around the world. One of those trips was driving from London to Beijing and back and on the Syria to Pakistan portion of that trip I met my future wife who happened to be from Vancouver. After that trip I worked in Africa for a year, decided I had had enough of sleeping in a tent and ended up moving to Vancouver and getting married. In a local paper I saw an advert for QA testers so I applied and it all went from there. I actually had no idea at that time FIFA was even made in Canada. My friends often joke that it was fate as my three main passions are football, gaming and travel and they all contributed to me ending up where I am.

I am a lifelong gamer and the loft back at my parents’ house is a museum of gaming. From the early Binatone pong stuff through the ZX Spectrum, Megadrive, PlayStation etc: I had them all so an absolute passion for gaming was also in my DNA and is important to have as making games takes a lot of time and effort.

The role of a creative director is pretty complex and multi-faceted but it is essentially to drive the complete game design for the product and franchise. It’s to come up with the ideas that help keep FIFA at the top of its game. It takes a whole lot of very talented people to actually deliver them but essentially as a creative director you help lead and direct those features and the vision.

Liverpool’s Anfield stadium as it appears in EA Sports’ FIFA 15 game. The design team create the stadia using a mixture of architectural drawings and plans and photography: EA Sports sends photographers to the grounds to capture every last detail in order to build the most accurate models possible

CR: How many people work on the game and what are their roles/skills?

MP: We have around 80 core team members and the roles are wide and varied. From the producers/designers who come up with the ideas to the software engineers who write the code to the artists, renderers and sound engineers who make things look and sound great, there is a vast array of roles within the team. There are also a number of central teams who support the making of the games so all told it’s in the hundreds in terms of people who help contribute to making FIFA.

Games have become so big and complex with the expansion of technology that the level and variety of expertise required has grown with it. Gone are the days when a few guys in their garage could knock out an entire console game between them.

CR: How does the process work for each new release – do you have a long-term plan of new features?

MP: We have a long-term vision but our industry is one of rapid change so we need to be agile enough to adapt. Gamers are playing longer and FIFA has become a 24/7 live service, which is a huge change. It’s also not just about a single console experience now. FIFA is available on a vast array of devices so planning for all of that necessitates a longer vision but an adaptable one at the same time. We certainly have defined visions for specific game modes and map out ideas around specific features and what year they will be introduced.

CR: What were the new features in FIFA 15 that you are most proud of?

MP: It’s not a FIFA 15 specific feature as it’s been around for a while but I would say the feature I am most proud of is Ultimate Team [where players can combine past and present stars] as I came up with the original concept for that many years ago. I know so many people who are completely addicted to that and have been for many years and as a games maker there is no bigger compliment than that.

Amazing: Brazil’s $15 billion World Cup

According to a FIFA’s 2014 financial report from UTfifa15coins, we can really know how the organization profited off the World Cup that cost Brazil billions, it’s $15 billion, what an amazing number!

The 2014 World Cup generated $4.8 billion in revenue for FIFA compared to $2.2 billion in expenses. Over the four-year cycle, the event turned a $2.6 billion profit.

FIFA made $2.4 billion in TV rights fees, $1.6 billion in sponsorships, and $527 million in ticket sales.

Much of FIFA’s World Cup spending went to participating teams and confederations ($476 million) and TV production costs ($370 million). FIFA contributed $453 million to the local organizing committee between 2011 and 2014, and gave Brazil a $100 million “legacy” payment after the tournament.

Brazil's $15 billion World Cup

However, FIFA didn’t contribute to the real costs of staging the tournament — stadiums and transportation infrastructure.

The tournament cost an estimated $15 billion, a significant portion of which was public money. Brazil spent $3.6 billion building and renovating 12 stadiums for the tournament. Less than a year later, some of those are turning into white elephants. The $300 million Arena Amazonia in Manaus, for example, held just 11 events in the five months after the tournament.

Widespread protests related to World Cup spending erupted across the country in 2013.

Here were FIFA’s costs and expenses for the tournament:

Brazil's $15 billion World Cup

Brazil's $15 billion World Cup

The 2014 World Cup accounted for 85% of FIFA’s revenue between 2011 and 2014. During the period the organization made a $338 million profit.

I have to say that FIFA is so rich, what’s your opinion about this $15 billion?

FIFA 15: Why is Ultimate Team down?

EA have confirmed they are performing scheduled maintenance for FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) and EA SPORTS Football Club (EASFC) on March 19, 2015 beginning at 19:00 PM UK.

FIFA 15 will have a total downtime of approximately 3 hours and won’t be available again until after 10pm tonight.

The maintenance will include the following improvements, according to EA:

  • Help reduce the number of disconnects at the end of FUT matches.
  • Improve connection problems that have been reported on Xbox One and Xbox 360
  • Removal of FUT club names from items on the Transfer Market

FIFA Ultimate Team, the Web App, and Mobile companion app, and EA SPORTS Football Club are all set to be offline, while online service for all other game modes will be unaffected.

The recent Price Range feature changes have caused widespread controversy among fans, which aimed to set the highest and lowest FIFA Coins prices that each item can be sold on the Transfer Market, including players, in-forms, consumables, and club items.

The changes are supposed to Help FUT gamers understand the value of the players in their club, make high-rated players more attainable for all FUT gamers and ensure a level playing field and further restrict illegitimate fifa coins transfers on the Transfer Market.

The version 1.3.2 of FIFA 15 Ultimate Team app

The FIFA 15 Ultimate Team version 1.3.2 for Android and iOS devices have been released by EA Sports, where you buy FIFA 15 Coins from. In this version, FIFA 15 Ultimate Team mode adds some improvements and new features, such as transfers and updated team rosters, which may have significant effects on this most popular game mode in FIFA 15.

FIFA 15 UT companion app users have been waiting for months to finally get transfers, and with it finally here the app is now far better for it. However, we have a feeling that the updated team rosters section will also be a feature that is well received, as it now offers the user far more ability.

version 1.3.2

EA SPORTS has also made several other improvements to the app, which it says helps to increase the overall gameplay and increase stability so that you can use the app in the knowledge that you will not be wanting more, although we feel users will always demand more.

Other new FIFA 15 Ultimate Team features to look out for within the app that can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play Store includes team updates, such as Xherdan Shaqiri from FC Bayern to Inter, Juan Cuadrado from Fiorentina to Chelsea, Wilfried Bony from Swansea City to Manchester City and finally Andre Schürrle from Chelsea to VfL Wolfsburg.

What do you feel about this version 1.3.2, better or worse? What other improvements do you like with this app update?

CONCACAF FIFA 15 players are full of confidence with Munich Grand Final

EA SPORTS™ FIFA 15 players from the CONCACAF region told UTfifa15coins that they would have a seat for the Munich Grand Final, before Online Season 5 of the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2015, which shows their all confidence.

The winners
Team_Quetzal from Mexico and USA-_-SICILY from the United States topped the Season 5 leaderboard, earning themselves a place amongst the Grand Finalists for the 2015 edition of the world’s largest gaming tournament. USA-_-SICILY is no stranger to the tournament, having competed at three Grand Finals to date and finishing in fourth place at FIWC 2012 in Dubai. The Italian-American gamer is counting on his familiarity with the tournament to make him a contender in Munich. “I think it takes experience to win the Grand Final,” he told UTfifa15coins. “In my opinion, I think that I will win this year’s Grand Final.”

Tournament history
To date, only one American has ever won the FIWC title (Nenad Stojkovic in 2010), while USA gamers have also finished with silver medals in 2004 and 2008. Mexico has claimed silver once, but never gold at the Grand Final. Will 2015 be the year that we see another CONCACAF player crowned as world champion? We’ll find out from 17-19 May, the official dates for the FIWC 2015 Grand Final in Munich.

FIFA 15 players, Munich Grand Final

The numbers
Gamers from South Africa enjoyed some statistical success in Online Season 5, leading the highest Average Goals Per Player ratio and also the Most Active Country standings. Almost four million goals were scored from some nine million shots on goal in Season 5. Iran claimed the highest goal success ratio of all competing countries and Wales walked away with the highest percentage of fouls for Season 5.

Host country Live event coming soon
The third and final live qualification event for FIWC 2015 takes place later this month in Germany! One lucky German gamer will win the right to represent their nation on home soil at the Grand Final. We’ll be making a big announcement about our Munich event soon! Follow the FIFA Interactive World Cup on Facebook to find out more.

Last chance to qualify! Do you plan to make it to Munich? You still have time to qualify!

Get your 90 games in before the end of the month and you could win one of the last available seats at the FIWC 2015 Grand Final!

Best Players Compete For Place At Lnteractive World Cup

Nation’s top Playstation 4 players take part in tournament to reach grand final in Munich.
Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge has seen its fair share of drama. League titles won, relegations in embryonic play-offs suffered, and most recently, a Champions League exit at the hands of a team that paid £50m for David Luiz. But little can compete with the excitement generated by the UK qualifier for the Fifa Interactive World Cup, a competition to find the best FIFA15 player in the world.

Competitors came to the John Hollins suite in Stamford Bridge’s West Stand from all over the UK as they attempted to seal a place at the competition’s grand final, which will be held in Munich this July. Thom Gibbs travelled to West London to witness the event, and spoke to some of the country’s top FIFA players, including beaten finalist Dave Bytheway and Jack Daniels.

The winner of the qualifier was presented with a ticket to the final by Chelsea’s Cesar Azpilicueta, who gave some advice on coping with pressure. “I’ve had the chance to play for one of the biggest club in the world, Chelsea and for Spain, a World Cup winner and two-time European champion,” he said, “and the pressure is there to win every single game. It’s always the same.”

“If you are nervous you cannot play your game and you are not going to be 100 per cent. The most important thing is to try to be as relaxed as possible and to enjoy it. That’s what I do in big games. “Sometimes I am more nervous than others, but always, I try to be as relaxed as I can.”