No matter how much FIFA fans love playing FIFA Ultimate Team, it really is a chore. The constant grind to improve your team and trying to earn more coins just to do that is a lot of work. This is why coin traders get quite an upper hand on Ultimate Team. We know getting started with trading seems complex for most beginners. For that, today Gamopo brings you our comprehensive guide to FUT Trading.

What is FUT Trading?

FUT Trading is the process of making more coins by trading and/or investing on certain FUT cards available on the market. Prices of cards fluctuate over certain time periods- over weeks and even on a single day. The basic idea of trading is simple, you buy a card at its lowest possible price and sell it when it becomes high again. Now this may sound really simple, but there is a lot to learn here. There are multiple ways to trade cards on FIFA Ultimate Team. Today we’re gonna take a look at the most popular forms of trading.


The first lesson in our comprehensive guide on FUT trading is investing. True to the definition itself, investing is buying and holding a card for a long period of time waiting for its price to increase. But how can we predict that? Well, a card’s price may increase over time for quite a few reasons. But the most common reason is when a card has demand and it goes out of packs (or OOP, in short) soon. Let us take a look at Seko Fofana’s In-Form card that was released during TOTW2.

Seko Fofana's price increase on Futbin

By monitoring his price chart on Futbin, you can see that his price slowly started to increase near the time he went out of packs. The optimal time of selling was on 5th October, the day the next TOTW was released. So, if you bought In-Form Fofana a few days earlier, you could have made a few thousand coins in profit. This is how investments work and this type of investing is known as TOTW investing.

OTW Investing

There’s another form of investing known as OTW (Ones To Watch) investing. This type of investments are made with OTW cards. The specialty about this card is that the rating increases based on the performance on the player as well as his team. So, it is a good idea to buy OTW cards at fair prices a few days before the player’s team plays. You can sell the card right before the match of the team or risk selling later. When you risk selling later, you’re assuming that the team of the player you’ve invested in will win. Basically, it’s high risk, high reward.

Marquee Matchups Investing

Marquee Matchups is a regular SBC that goes live every Thursday. It is a collection of SBCs of the week’s most hyped matches. Usually, in those SBCs, the solutions ask for players from certain teams such as Bayern Munich, FC Barcelona or Manchester United. The idea is that you predict the matches that the next Marquee Matchups will feature. Accordingly, you will pick up a few cards of those very teams. You can either sell those cards right before the Marquee Matchups is released or risk selling right after. If the predictions are right, you can sell those cards for quite a profit an hour or two after the release.

Marquee Matchups


Sniping is a term you may have often come across on Ultimate Team. Throughout the day, players often sell good cards for incredibly low prices on the transfer market. The idea is that you keep searching the market to get those deals. This can be done using specific filters and you keep changing your bid price every search. However, the drawback is that you have to have incredibly good reflexes to pick up those cards. More often than not, someone else will pick up those cards instead of you.

Mass Bidding

Mass Bidding is the art of bidding on multiples of the same card. The idea is that you pick up a few cards by bidding around 10% less than the buy now price. When you bid on multiples of the same card, you’re guaranteed to pick up at least a few. You can then sell these off for a quick flip or keep them to sell later. Mass Bidding works on pretty much every FUT card. You just need some luck to get great deals on cards.

The idea is to trade by having a proper mix of investments and quick flips. That way you minimize a lot of the risks by having a diverse portfolio of cards. We wish you the best of luck for your trading journey on FIFA 23. And of course, may the pack luck be in your favor!

A new season of FIFA is dawning upon us. For all the FIFA Ultimate Team players out there, it’s another year of grinding to make the best team possible. Let’s face it, we all hate grinding and we all wish we could make things a little easier. With that thought in mind, Gamopo brings you the ultimate guide of getting the best start on FUT 23.

When is FIFA releasing?

FIFA 23 is set to release on all platforms on 30th September, 2022. By platforms, we mean Xbox Series X and Series S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Google Stadia, and Microsoft Windows. However, if you already have (or getting) the Ultimate Edition, you can start playing from the 27th which is 3 days earlier. But that’s not all you’re getting out of the Ultimate Edition.

Perks of Ultimate Edition

Let’s take a look at all the perks that come with pre-ordering the Ultimate Edition:

  • 4,600 FIFA Points
  • Three Days Early Access, start playing FIFA 23 on September 27
  • FUT Ones to Watch Player Item (Untradeable)
  • FUT Team of the Week 1 Player Item (Untradeable)
  • Kylian MbappΓ© Loan Item, for 5 FUT matches
  • FUT Ambassador Loan Player Pick, for 3 FUT matches
  • Career Mode Homegrown Talent, local youth prospect with world-class potential

We recommend getting the Ultimate Edition as soon as possible if you want the best start for FUT 23.

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Best Start on FUT 23

In order to have the best possible start on FUT 23, it’s important you keep a few pointers at the back of your mind. Let’s go through all of them:

Web App

The Web App is the in-browser application for all your FUT needs. If you haven’t used it before, just know that you can do pretty much everything there except, of course, playing matches. You can set formations and tactics, buy and list players on the market, buy packs and much more. The Web App for FUT 23 comes online 21st September. You can start using the transfer market if you’re a returning FUT player with an account in good standing. The FUT 23 Companion App comes out the next day but it’s not that important unless you trade on the go.

Got the Ultimate Edition?

If you picked up the Ultimate Edition, there are some stuff that you need to keep in mind. Like previous years, the 10-hour access (that comes with EA Play) doesn’t release before the Ultimate Edition. So, if you picked up EA Play along with the Ultimate Edition, there really isn’t a difference in that case. However, if you got yourself the Standard Edition along with EA Play, you can play for 10 hours from the 27th before the full game releases.

Covering the Basics

Nations to Pick

When you’re getting started, pick any of the following as your preferred nation:

  • England
  • Italy
  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • France

I would suggest going for either England or France because they provide you some of the players you’re gonna need for Advanced SBCs.

Got Packs?

If you got yourself some loyalty packs, open all of them and sell everything that has some value. These coins at the very start matter a lot! You should have a few thousand coins if you do it properly. If you pack a meta player or something high-rated, hold onto it as the price will increase within the next day or two.

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Foundation Objectives and SBCs

Dive right into the foundation objectives and SBCs after you open the packs. Objectives are pretty much the same as it always has been before. You gotta apply some contracts here and there, make your team reach max chemistry and buy or list players on the transfer market. For the SBCs, you have to keep in mind that you’re almost guaranteed to make more money than you invest. Therefore, don’t hesitate to spend some coins to get those much needed players. Finish all of the advanced SBCs as quickly as you can utilizing as many players you already have in your pile.

If you follow all of the guidelines, you’ll be looking at the best possible start on FUT 23. May the pack luck God be in your favor on this Ultimate Team!


The outstanding Footballing nation, Brazil have now been crowned the undisputed Champions of the FIFAe Nations Cup 2022. The South American nation beat Poland in the grand-finals to bring the trophy home.

FIFAe Nations Cup


The FIFAe Nations Cup is the final event of the FIFAe Nations Series. FIFA is the official organizer of the tournament presented by EA Sports. The last time the event took place was in 2019 with France picking up the title. The event was cancelled the following years due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This year, 24 teams from around the world took part in the competition. Denmark were the hosts of the Nations Cup this time. The tournament followed a 2v2 format and 24 teams were drawn into 4 groups of 6 teams each.

Brazil at FIFAe Nations Cup 2022

Brazil’s Lineup

  • Gabriel “Crepaldi” Crepaldi
  • Klinger “Klinger” Correa
  • Paulo “Phzin” Henrique Chaves

Brazil’s Run

Brazil were placed in Group A alongside the likes of Argentina, hosts Denmark, England, Scotland and Singapore.

The Selecaos were off to a rather unimpressive start drawing their first two matches against England and Argentina. Things continued to go South as they lost their next match 1-2 against Denmark. Another draw and a loss against Scotland and Singapore respectively pulled them real close to saying goodbye to the Nations Cup 2022. However, they turned things around going on to win 4 out of their last 5 matches against the same nations. With the help of some luck, they found themselves in the knockout stages. Their first opponent was Spain winning 2-1 on aggregate against them. Up next was defending champions France who also fell a goal shirt losing 1-2 on aggregate. It was then Italy that stood between the South Americans and a chance of making it to the finals. A plethora of goals were scored in both the legs with scorelines reading 2-2 and then 2-3 in favor of Brazil sending them into the grand finals.


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The Grand Finals

The grand finals of the FIFAe Nations Cup 2022 took place between Brazil and Poland. Furman and Damie represented Poland while Phzin and Crepaldi hoisted the Brazilian flag.

In the first leg, the teams seemed to play it safe trying to keep possession of the ball. Both the teams created solid chances throughout the 90 minutes but failed to score a single goal. As was the case of many matches, the first leg of the finals ended 0-0. However, fans were not disappointed with the second leg. In the 42nd minute, Walker delivered an early cross from the right side with Kimpembe slotting in a fine volley making Poland go up 1-0. Brazil picked up the pace and started to play a bit more aggressive in the second half. It soon paid off thanks to some razzle dazzle followed up by a beautiful finish by Messi in the near post. The scoreline was now 1-1 and it was anybody’s game now. The clock kept ticking and as it reached the 90 minute mark, the unthinkable happened. A shot by the R9 Ronaldo deflected off of a defender of Poland and was picked up by Cristiano. A beautiful flick to turn it towards the post and was volleyed past the keeper in the 92nd minute. The final whistle blew right after the kick-off and the arena erupted in celebrations for Brazil.

The first ever South American champions of FIFAe Nations Cup, Brazil is now home with the largest share of USD 400,000.

According to extensive research, eSports is on its way to become a billion-dollar industry. The industry has completely transformed how the world looks at gamers. Here are 15 top highest earning esports players in multiple divisions of esports for 2018:

Highest Mortal Kombat Earner

Ryan “Dragon” Walker – $ 190,000

The Dragon is one of the revelations of the new generation of fighting games and became known in 2016 when he began to stand out in various majors and premiers of Mortal Kombat X. However, the young man’s career shined only last year when he started competing in Injustice 2 and became champion in the EVO tournament.

Even so, his most important achievement of 2017 was the top of the podium at the ELEAGUE World Cup where he earned $ 150,000. Dragon is currently the 70th most profitable eSPorts athlete in the United States.

Highest Pro Evolution Soccer Earner

Guilherme “GuiFera” Fonseca – $ 211 thousand

Hailing from JaΓΊ, in the city of SΓ£o Paulo, Guilherme “GuiFera” is the main representative of Brazil in Pro Evolution Soccer. The player, who had a reputation in the Brazilian community, became a renowned star a few years ago when he was runner-up of PES 2016.

The following year, he won a tricky match against Italian Ettore “Ettorito97” Giannuzzi, GuiFera becoming the best in the world and bringing home a check for $ 200,000.

Highest SSB Earner

Adam “Armada” Lindgren – $ 285 thousand

At just 25 years old, Armada is part of the Alliance team and is a true Smash Melee legend. Playing mainly with Princess Peach, the Swede won the first few admirations of his career in 2007 – when he finished 4th place in the biggest European tournament of the season and took about $ 35,000 home.

Over time, Adam began to attend even more competitions and his income grew exponentially: Last year, the player participated in at least 31 championships and earned almost $ 90,000.

Highest FIFA Earner

Spencer “HugeGorilla” Ealing – $ 288 thousand

A native of the UK, Spencer started earning money from FIFA in 2015. It was also at this time that the player came to stand out in European championships, becoming one of the main figures in the community of the continent.

The highest point in the history of HugeGorilla was the conquest of the World Cup last year. Playing at home, the athlete thrashed the German Kai “Deto” Wollin by 7 to 2 on the aggregate scoreboard. The win was rewarded with the title of best in the world and a prize of $ 200,000, making him the British pro player who won most money in competitions.

Highest Street Fighter V Earner

Du “NuckleDu” Dang – $ 303 thousand

Known for its fast and aggressive style of play, the American NuckleDu is one of the newer names of elite competitive Street Fighter V. Currently 21, the Team Liquid representative plays Guile and collects important titles around the world.

The best achievement of the professional was the Capcom Cup 2016, where he beat Ricki Ortiz’s Chun-Li and got the $ 230,000 prize. His success in the championship made him one of the most prestigious players. This was the highlight of the athlete’s career, which also drew attention in November last year – when he won DreamHack Montreal and donated the $ 10,000 prize for victims of Hurricane Irma.

Highest HotS Earner

Lee “sake” Jung Hyeog – $ 323 thousand

South Korean Lee “sake” has already been a known personality of Heroes of the Storm since 2015. In the same year, the player was hired as support and captain of MVP Black and led the group in striking results: gold at the World Cyber ​​Arena.

The team’s performance continued well in the following years and the team won most of the tournaments it played. The most important of them was last year’s World Cup, which had the Blizzcon 2017 final and awarded MVP $ 500,000. In addition, one day after winning the championship, the entire cast of the team was transferred to KSV Black – which underwent a remodeling and was renamed Gen.G Esports.

Highest Hearthstone Earner

Chen “tom60229” Wei Lin – $ 341 thousand

The most profitable player in the Hearthstone tournaments so far is Taiwan’s Chen “Tom” who signed with the Flash Wolves team and started competing in 2014. With good results coming almost instantly, it was a matter of time before Tom’s profit reached the top among card-playing professionals.

The final incentive came earlier this year when the Asian won the 2017 Hearthstone World Championship and was rewarded with $ 250,000.

Highest Dragon Ball FighterZ

Dominique “SonicFox” Mclean – $ 449 thousand

If you follow the competitive scenario of Dragon Ball FighterZ, you probably already know that SonicFox is one of the recent revelations of fighting games. The 20-year-old prodigy came into the spotlight only a short time ago when he competed for the first Injustice and became champion of Evolution 2014.

Even with the supreme title, the financial turnaround in American life only happened the following year when Mortal Kombat X was released and the most glorious period in the player’s career began. By the end of 2016, Dominique had already been a two-time EVO world champion and had won three straight seasons of the ESL Pro League, closing the year with earnings of approximately $ 191,000.

Highest Halo Earner

Tony “Lethul” Campbell – $ 582 thousand

Born in Michigan, American Tony “Lethul” has been a professional contender for Halo since 2010. In nearly eight years of shooting, the player has gone through virtually every game in the franchise and has won many valuable community titles.

The most profitable was the Halo 5 world championships in 2016 and 2017 – which earned a total of $ 375,000 for the athlete. He is currently the 7th highest-earning player in the US and has grossed $ 50,000 in prize money in the past three months.

Highest Starcraft Earner

Read “Jaedong” Jae-dong – $ 628 thousand

Jae-dong started playing professionally in 2006 when he was only 16 years old. In the control of the Zerg in Starcraft: Brood War, the South Korean won several championships in Asia and became a legend of the esports quickly.

One of the most outstanding titles in his early career was the first place in Ever Ongamenet StarLeague 200, a respected achievement of the sport and that earned about 42 thousand dollars for the professional starlet. It is also worth remembering that, two years later, in 2009, the player reached the three-time title at OSL and was the third man in the history to receive the trophy “Golden Mouse”. Currently, the pro player is the 5th in South Korea who has made more money playing.

Highest COD Earner

Damon “Karma” Barlow – $ 687 thousand

Currently representing OpTic Gaming, Canada’s Damon “Karma” entered the competition in 2011 and is the Call of Duty player with the highest revenue earned per tournament. The performance of the athlete in the first and throughout 2012 was reasonable, but the significant results only began to arrive a little later: Karma was signed with Fariko Impact and won the 2013 World Championship by playing Black Ops 2.

The player has already won two more world titles from there, with WLC 2017 being the last and most robust of them. In the decision, Damon defeated the EnVyUs team in Infinite Warfare and took $ 150,000 home.

Highest CSGO Earner

Gabriel “Fallen” Toledo – $ 749 thousand

In all, CS: GO already distributed approximately US $ 53 million in the championship awards. The talented star who pocketed a decent sum of the earnings is FalleN, AWPer from SΓ£o Paulo, leader of MiBR, voted the second best player in the world in 2016 and fourth in 2017.

Gabriel’s most profitable phase came in the same period, with the win at ESL One: Cologne 2016. The title earned $ 100,000, for the athlete, who is now the most profitable Brazilian pro player in esports.

Highest LoL Earner

Lee “Faker” Sang Hyeok – $ 1.17 million

South Korea’s mid laner represents SK Telecom T1. Since 2013 when he was discovered, he started playing for the organization’s secondary team. It did not take long for the player to stand out and, in the same year, the team became League of Legends world champion.

Since then, the feat has already been repeated two more times and in the last one, which happened in 2016, the athlete was awarded US $ 338 thousand. It is noteworthy that even before turning 18, Faker had already received at least $ 255,000, in tournaments and is currently the South Korean pro player with the highest monetary gains.

Highest Dota 2 Earner

Kuro “KuroKy” Takhasomi – $4 million

Leading the ranking of the most profitable players on the planet, the German “KuroKy” Takhasomi is a living legend of Dota 2. The player started competing in the original DotA, representing mousesports in DreamHack 2008.

Dota 2 was launched back in 2011 and teams from across the globe were invited in the first International. However, even though he was in several editions of the millionaire tournament, the dream of winning the World Cup was only recently achieved: with the Team Liquid shirt, KuroKy led the team and was TI7 champion. In addition to hitting the missing goal in his career, the 25-year-old athlete was awarded more than $ 2.17 million and is now the richest eSports athlete in the world.