Christopher “Thee Bullock” Bullock knew he could compete with the best when he won his first Gfinity online cup on FIFA 14. With that win the Clarets' supporter and apprentice bricklayer thought he was on his way to regularly contending for titles. But adversity struck, with FIFA 15 and 16 not suiting Thee Bullock's playing style, and he struggled to adapt and was on the verge of retiring from competitive play. But that changed with the release of FIFA 17, where Thee Bullock emerged as a force. He'll compete in Paris for a chance to continue his journey and re-establish his status as a contender.