On Saturday, 18-year old Saudi national Musaed Aldossary was crowned champion of the FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final, taking home the competition's $250,000 prize money.

The young gamer won 4-0 on aggregate against Belgium's Stefano Pinna in the two-legged final, which was live-streamed to millions of people around the world through FIFA's own video platform 'Twitch' as well as on Twitter and YouTube.

After defeating his rival at London's O2 Arena, Aldossary - who competes under the name 'MSDossary' - was presented with a trophy as well as an invitation to the 'Best FIFA Football Awards' in September.

"I am really proud that I made my country proud. I am very grateful to my family and coach. Hopefully, this is the start of my era and I can make my country proud every year," said Aldossary after the competition.

In April 2018, Aldossary earned his title as an international gaming champion after winning EA's virtual FIFA 18 FUT World Championship, which was held in UK's northern city of Manchester.

At the time, after three days of final games, the Saudi gamer emerged as the ultimate winner, beating 127 players from across the world.

"I am the captain now," said a victorious Aldossary after his victory back in April.

People across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have been showing their support to the young gamer

"Saw the game. Easy win."