Monday 9 December 2019

321-0 win by German in record books

He was unaware that the money was being deducted from his mother's debit card
He was unaware that the money was being deducted from his mother's debit card

A massive 321-0 win in the 2014 Fifa World Cup game is among the impressive feats in the latest version of the Guinness World Records Gamers' Edition.

The "bible of gaming goodness", launched this week, is bursting with hundreds of new and updated records, plus insider trivia from industry experts.

The latest edition also features exciting tips on how to become a great gamer, plus the definitive top 50 games list - as voted by readers.

Among the achievements is 19-year-old Patrick Hadler's record score, which is the highest margin of victory against the computer on 2014 Fifa World Cup.

The German native smashed Jacob Gaby's 2013 record of 180-0 after just six attempts.

The teaching assistant, who started gaming when he was just six, warned potential record holders that the biggest challenge was holding concentration for 90 minutes.

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