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Cristiano Ronaldo proves he’s still one-upping Lionel Messi with latest accolade.

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Cristiano Ronaldo has amassed £175MILLION and scored 50 goals this season, but the Portuguese superstar has struggled with housing, denied ‘completely

false’ allegations of infidelity, and is confronted with a $1Billion US lawsuit as he anticipates a brighter 2024.Cristiano Ronaldo’s most recent achievement demonstrates he is still ahead of Lionel Messi.Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have been ardent rivals for nearly two decades, and with his recent investment, the Al Nassr forward has entered the world of video games.It appears that Cristiano Ronaldo will star in a new football video game that will compete with EA Sports’ FC 24.

 

On December 12, it was disclosed that Ronaldo was a participant in a consortium that was allocating $40 million (£31.97 million) towards UFL, an imminent football console game. The collective, which includes the Al Nassr forward, will anticipate that the video game will eventually be on par with the industry’s most formidable rivals.

 

Since finalizing his transfer to Al Nassr in December of last year, Ronaldo has been a prominent figure in the Saudi Pro League. Ronaldo may once again grace the cover of a video game as a result of the investment.The five-time Ballon d’Or laureate expressed his elation at being a part of the new venture following the announcement. In a statement issued this week, he said, “I am ecstatic to be a part of this endeavor that will help UFL become the new breed in football gaming.” Ronaldo’s investment is anticipated to assist UFL in competing with the industry’s most prominent football video games. FC 24, formerly referred to as FIFA, is presently one of the most well-liked video games. Its most recent installment features Erling Haaland, a striker for Manchester City.

 

The cover hero of eFootball, a free-to-play video game developed by Konami and available on all major consoles (PSP5, Xbox Series X), is Lionel Messi. In 2016, Borussia Dortmund sensation Marco Reus succeeded Messi as the primary protagonist of the FIFA series developed by EA Sports.Since then, a number of celebrities have graced the covers of the game based on the popular series. After Ronaldo, who was a member of the squad from 2017 to 2018, the subsequent releases included Eden Hazard, Virgil van Dijk, Kylian Mbappe, and Sam Kerr. Strikerz Inc. is currently developing UFL, which will be available for free to play upon its initial release. An official release date for the new game has not been disclosed at this time.

 

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