Streamer Who Spent $5K on FIFA Ultimate Team Packs Rants About 'Poverty Kids' Getting Better Players - Dexerto

Streamer Who Spent $5K on FIFA Ultimate Team Packs Rants About ‘Poverty Kids’ Getting Better Players

Published: 22/Jul/2018 17:24 Updated: 14/Oct/2020 17:42

by Calum Patterson


A Twitch streamer went on a impassioned rant about the lack of good players he received in FIFA Ultimate Team packs after spending an estimated $5,000, complaining ‘poverty kids’ get better luck.

Ultimate Team packs are notoriously cruel forms of loot boxes, often requiring ridiculous amounts of money to be spent to ever get a top level player or ‘card’.

Many FIFA streamers base the bulk of their content around opening packs, as viewers often tune in to see if they will get lucky and land a rare Ronaldo or Neymar card.

So when streamer ‘TheRealPugzilla’ dropped over $5,000 on packs to receive nothing better than an in-form Memphis Depay and Nabil Fekir, he lost his temper and began ranting about his bad luck.

He suggests that ‘poverty kids’, presumably meaning those who don’t spend a great deal of money or open free packs, get better than him, who plays everyday and spends huge amounts.

“I’m so sick of f***ing poverty kids getting their f***ing poverty welfare packs, and everyone’s get free Suarez, free Neymar, everyone’s got free Ronaldo.

And I’m sitting here with Fekir and god damn 3,000 games played, wondering where the f*** my luck is? For playing this game religiously every day?”

Clearly incensed, he likely reached breaking point after putting so much money into the game, perhaps partly for the sake of streaming as well as actually forming a strong Ultimate Team.

For FIFA 19, EA suggested at E3 that they would be looking into how the system works and making it more fair for everyone so that spending such large amounts of money would no longer be the norm.

However, according to Pugzilla, it is actually those choosing to spend less money who are getting the better luck, so maybe he needs to change his strategy.


How to complete FIFA 21 Inaki Williams Rulebreakers SBC

Published: 23/Oct/2020 19:23

by Nate Searl


EA Sports just released an all-new Squad Builder Challenge (SBC) for Inaki Williams. Here, we will show you how to complete the SBC and earn yourself the prize. 

If you’re looking for a La Liga Striker to add to your squad, EA Sports just gave you two legitimate options. The newest SBC features Inaki Williams, but with a twist. You get to choose between two cards with different stats.

The first option features a Williams card with an 82 shooting stat and a 90 dribbling stat. The second option features a slightly different Williams card, with 89 shooting and 83 dribbling. The rest of the stats are the same for both cards. As an 84 overall with an 88 pace, he will instantly become one of the best Spanish Strikers in the game.

FIFA 21 Inaki Williams Rulebreakers SBC


You must create two different teams to complete this SBC. The first is called Top Form and the other is National Duty. Here’s how to get them done and get your hands on the new Rulebreakers card.

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Top Form

  • Number of players from La Liga Santander: Min 1
  • IF Players: Min 1
  • Squad Rating: Min 84
  • Team Chemistry: Min 60
  • Number of players in the squad: 11


Inaki Williams FIFA 21 Rulebreakers SBC
Top Form Solution

National Duty

  • Number of players from Spain: Min 1
  • Squad Rating: Min 85
  • Team Chemistry: Min 55
  • Number of players in the squad: 11


Inaki Williams SBC FIFA 21 Rulebreakers
National Duty Solution

Depending on what platform you play on, according to the Futbin Database, these solutions should range from around 50,000 to 70,000 FUT coins. This amount should be well-worth the new Rulebreaker card.

Should you choose dribbling or shooting?

Once you complete the SBC, you will get to choose between the two cards. Classically in FIFA, dribbling is an extremely important stat. The ability to get around opponents and protect the ball is of the utmost importance. Shooting is also a nice stat to have, but an 82 shooting rating should be more than enough for decent players to score goals with.

If you’re looking to maximize the potential of the card, taking the card with the higher dribbling stat is probably the best option. Either way, both options are excellent, and having some extra shooting skills never hurts either.