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The 15-year-old, who reached 450 wins without a loss on his birthday last month, has been streaming his progress on Twitch, where he has over 500k followers.
He first came to everyone's attention when he reached 150-0 back in November and the RBLZ Gaming team member has just kept going.
On Sunday morning he brought up his 510th victory without losing his 0, and he's still a year away from being able to compete in official competitions at 16-years-old.
510 reasons for being a Future Star :boom::clap:@rblz_vejrgang with the next clean sheet in #FUTChampions :open_mouth: Road to 1000 wins?#RBLZ #RBLZgaming #esports #easports #fut21 #fifa21 pic.twitter.com/nGCc6wQB5A- RBLZ GAMING (@rblzgaming) February 7, 2021
Anders has been playing the game since FIFA 13 on Playstation 3 and has ambitions to be the best FIFA player in the world.
Speaking exclusively to SPORTbible back in December, the teenager said, "I'm very ambitious and as long as I'm not allowed to compete in international tournaments, the weekend-league is my competition to shine in," the Dane who plays 30 weekend league games a week explained.
"I want to score goals. I defend on a very high line, pressure my opponent as much as possible and try to use my skill-set in the offence.
"I respect every opponent and just want to win. I take it game by game and hope to stay unbeaten for as long as possible."
The Dane isn't the only one profiting from the world of professional FIFA right now, with 22-year-old Tom Leese recently talking to SPORTbible about how choosing professional gaming over university has worked out well for him.
"I went to a tournament and won some prize money there. I made an agreement with my mum that if I can do my A-Levels to the highest level and take school seriously for the rest of the year, I can try and make the climb into full-time FIFA when I finish.
"It was just making sure I had some grades and education behind me if it goes wrong.
"...The prize money can definitely help my mum out whenever she needs it because it's repaying the faith she put into me.
"At 18, it wasn't easy for her to just let me play FIFA for a living - especially as I've always been a fairly smart student and I was looking to go to university.
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