• FIFA 23's Team Of The Year Nominees are Out

    The Team of the Year is the biggest promotion of the Ultimate Team calendar as it brings together the best players from around the world.

    Players selected for the TOTY squad will receive a huge upgrade making them the highest rated players in the entire game.

    Lastly, EA has announced the FIFA 23's Team of The Year nominees. Of the 100 nominees, the 11 players with the most votes will go to TOTY. Among them, Messi, who has just won the World Cup, leads the finalists.

    Attack Nominees

    FIFA 23 Attack Nominees

    • Iago Aspas

    • Wissam Ben Yedder

    • Karim Benzema

    • Raphael Leao

    • Neymar Jr.

    • Vinicius Jr.

    • Ousmane Dembele

    • Joeo Felix

    • Gabriel Jesus

    • Phil Foden

    • Cody Steel

    • Erling Haaland

    • Borja Churches

    • Ciro Immobile

    • Harry Kane

    • Randal Color

    • Dejan Kulusevski

    • Robert Lewandowski

    • Sadio Mane

    • Lautaro Martinez

    • Kylian Mbappe

    • Lionel Messi

    • Christopher Nkunku

    • Darwin Nunez

    • Victor Osimhen

    Midfielder Nominees

    FIFA 23 Midfielder Nominees

    • Nicolo Barella

    • Jude Bellingham

    • Steven Berghuis

    • Marcelo Brozovic

    • Bernard Silva

    • Kevin De Bruyne

    • Moussa Diaby

    • Nabil Fekir

    • Seko Flying

    • Pedri

    • Vincenzo Faucet

    • Rodri

    • Daichi Kamada

    • Joshua Kimmich

    • Philip Kostic

    • Toni Kroos

    • Merino

    • Sergei Milinkovic-Savic

    • Luke Modric

    • Martin Odegaard

    • Both

    • Lawrence Pellegrini

    • Declan Rice

    • Bukayo Saka

    • Aurelien Tchouameni

    • Sandro Tonali

    • Federico Valverde

    • Casemiro

    • Sofyan Amrabat

    • Bruno Fernandes

    • Ritsu Doan

    • Enzo Fernandez

    • Ivan Perisic

    • Adrian Rabiot

    Defender Nominees

    FIFA 23 Defender Nominees

    • Mark Acuna

    • Marquinhos

    • Christian Biraghi

    • Joao Cancelo

    • Jonathan Clauss

    • Thiago Silva

    • Alphonso Davies

    • Jeremiah Frimpong

    • Eder Militao

    • Reuben Dias

    • Grimaldo

    • Achraf Hakimi

    • Theo Hernandez

    • Reece James

    • Kalidou Koulibaly

    • Nicholas Otamendi

    • Gleison Bremer

    • Niklas Sule

    • Come on Tomori

    • Kieran Trippier

    • Virgil van Dijk

    • Josko Guardiol

    • Jules Counde

    • Christian Rosemary

    • Dayot Upamecano

    Goalkeeper Nominees

    FIFA 23 Goalkeeper Nominees

    Argentina Goalkeeper Martinez, who just won the World Cup in Qatar, is a strong finalist. Lloris, Alisson, Ederson, Bounou, Courtois, Kobel, Maignan, Szczesny and Trapp are also on the list.

    EA has announced that the official voting for FIFA 23's Team of the Year will begin tomorrow. Hurry up and vote for your favorite player! Of course, if you want to further upgrade your favorite players, you can use FUT 23 Coins.

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  • Dota 2 Rapper Ranks Amongst Top 10 Rappers of 2022

    Shadowraze, a Russian rapper and streamer, was recognized as one of the Top 10 rappers of 2022 by Genius, a website that claims to have the world's largest collection of song lyrics and music knowledge. Shadowraze has gained popularity for his love of the video game Dota 2, releasing several music videos inspired by the game, including ‘astral step,’ which reached the top of the Spotify weekly chart in Russia for two consecutive weeks.

    Dota 2 Rapper Ranks Amongst Top 10 Rappers of 2022

    Shadowraze boasts 428.26K monthly listeners on Spotify with “astral step,” the song that incorporates multiple aspects of Dota 2’s Void Spirit such as his spells receiving over 36M plays on the website.

    Shadowraze’s affiliation with Dota 2

    The Russian rapper has had a long history with Dota 2 releasing multiple tracks related to the game including ‘adaptive strike’, ‘Chronosphere’, ‘psiblades’, ‘juggernaut’, and ‘shadowfiend’ garnering millions of streams.

    He also regularly streams his Herald Dota 2 pubs on his Twitch channel: razedoto.

    Earlier this year, he was put in the spotlight for reaching the top of the Spotify weekly chart in the Russian region for two weeks in a row with ‘astral step.’ The song had more listens on Spotify in Russia than any other track in February, raking in 972,990 streams in the first week of the month and 969,568 in the week before. Originally released on 29th Oct 2021 on YouTube, the rap has crossed 2.5 million views at the time of writing.

    Overall, Shadowraze's combination of musical and gaming talent has helped him establish a dedicated fanbase and earn recognition as one of the top 10 rappers of 2022, according to Genius' rankings.

    The top 10 rappers of 2022, as ranked by Genius, are:

    1. Kendrick lamar ( 19.5 million views )

    2. Kanye west ( 17.5 million views )

    3. Juice wrld ( 14.9 million views )

    4. Drake ( 14.2 million views )

    5. Eminem ( 13.5 million views )

    6. YoungBoy Never Broke Again ( 7 million views )

    7. Oxxxymiron* ( 6.8 million views )

    8. Tyler, the creator ( 5.4 million views )

    9. Future ( 5.4 million views )

    10. shadowraze ( 5.2 million views )

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  • Six League of Legends pros who will be full-time streamers in 2023

    No professional career is eternal, especially in League of Legends.

    lol streamers

    With every offseason being quite unpredictable and every organization in the scene looking to secure a roster capable of winning trophies, it’s no surprise that some pro players are left behind and aren’t picked to compete professionally.

    In League, this usually means that such individuals turn over to streaming full-time. That way, they can still polish their abilities, stay sharp, and wait for a potential offer from an organization to join its ranks.

    As of now, there are a bunch of pros who have done exactly that: focused on streaming. Some of them are looking for potential offers in the future, while others remain undecided or gave up on coming back to the professional scene.

    Here are six League of Legends pros who will enter 2023 as full-time streamers.


    Broxah is one of the few Western players to have reached the World Championship final when he became a Worlds 2018 semifinalist with Fnatic. Since then, he’s also played under Liquid and CLG’s banners. By the end of last year, he decided to become a full-time streamer, while also leaving the door open for potential opportunities. He rejoined Liquid as a content creator in January 2022, and not much will change in the nearby future. On Dec. 21, Broxah announced that in the first half of 2023, he will continue doing what has worked for him for the past year: streaming, appearing on LEC broadcasts, and more. At the same time, he’s uncertain about his plans for the second half of the year.


    IWillDominate is certainly one of the most renowned full-time streamers in the League community. He’s been creating content since 2016 for Liquid and Cloud9. He parted ways with the latter on Dec. 21, though the exact reasons behind that decision are unknown so far. Still, there are no reasons to believe that IWD will bid farewell to streaming. He has created a significant community and become one of the biggest personalities in the esports and gaming ecosystem.


    After being unable to find a team in the 2020 offseason, Nemesis decided to also try his luck in streaming. And so far, that has been working tremendously, to say the least. The 23-year-old was picked up by Gen.G in January 2021, and since then, he’s created a bunch of content, often teaming up with other personas from the scene, like LS. With no updates from Nemesis regarding his future, it’s more than likely that he’ll continue broadcasting in 2023.


    Bwipo joined Liquid by the end of 2021 in the hopes of claiming new successes with the North American squad, which at that time assembled a superteam, with the Belgian being one of the main stars. The following season turned out to be a fluke, though, and after a revamp of the roster, Bwipo has found himself teamless. As a result, he announced on Dec. 1 that he will be streaming in 2023. He also said he will be evaluating his future options as time goes by, so he might return to the pro scene eventually.


    The North American LCS has many renowned mid laners and Pobelter is certainly one of them. With almost 10 years of professional gaming experience, Pobelter truly etched his name in the history books for his numerous appearances on the international stage and domestic trophies. He stopped playing professionally in February 2021 and has been focused on streaming ever since.


    In 2017, PowerOfEvil was just one game away from taking down Faker and SKT T1 in the Worlds quarterfinals. After that deep run on the international stage, the German has played for five different North American organizations, and it looks like now a small hiatus awaits him. The 25-year-old announced that he’s returned to Germany to focus on streaming after a lack of interesting offers this offseason. Still, he sees himself as one of the strongest mid laners in the game and would like to return to pro play in the future.

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