The final battle to determine who will represent Australia at the FIFA Interactive World Cup will take place this week in Sydney.
Eight competitors from the qualifying leg will engage in a tournament to determine Australia’s representative; last year’s champion, Mark Azzi, is not among them.
The winner will score a free trip to the FIFA Interactive World Cup finals, which carry a prize of $20,000. The current champion is Portugal’s Francisco Cruz.
The finals will be held on Wednesday evening at the Maritime Museum in Pyrmont; attendance seems to be by invite-only, unfortunately.