Online gaming has seen a spike during the past week reason being self-quarantine across the globe due to Coronavirus outbreak. Keeping this situation in mind The Spanish Football league “La Liga” held an online competition where the top 20 football clubs competed while playing Fifa online. The Real Madrid forward Marco Asensio had missed the whole season with a knee injury however the time away from the pitch delivered surprising profits when he was delegated hero of La Liga’s Fifa 20 computer game competition on Sunday.
With Spanish football on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, players exchanged the pitch for PlayStations an online competition sorted out by the esports commentator Ibai Llanos and embraced by La Liga. In excess of 170,000 individuals watched Asensio, playing as Real, beat Aitor Ruibal of Leganés 4-1 in the last, the finish of a few days of activity including 18 La Liga sides. Barcelona and Real Mallorca were not permitted to partake in light of the fact that their clubs are supported by Konami, the makers of Fifa 20’s principle rival, Pro Evolution Soccer.
The competition, which was likewise communicated on Spanish TV, raised more than €140,000 (£129,000) to fightCovid-19. The Spanish games media energetically secured the online competition, with the main papers Marca and AS communicating the matches on their sites just as distributing match reports and live websites of the games. The La Liga commentator Miguel Ángel Román joined Llanos in introducing the matches, and players gave meets a short time later in another transition to imitate the vibe of a customary match.