A 22-year-old from Cleveland, Ohio out-performed more than 775,000 competitors from around the world playing on EA SPORTS FIFA Soccer 10 on PS3 to win the sixth annual FIFA Interactive World Cup at Barcelona's Port Olympic, Electronic Arts announced. It is the first time a competitor from the United States has captured the crown. Nenad Stojkovic completed the long road to interactive soccer glory which culminated in the FIFA Interactive World Cup Grand Final on Saturday, defeating 31 of the world’s best virtual soccer players face-to-face in front of a cheering crowd, securing the title and the $20,000 USD prize money. Stojkovic also received an invitation to attend the FIFA World Player Gala 2010 where he will rub shoulders with real life soccer heroes. Press 'read more' for details - a video is now locally mirrored.