Javier Romero is a seven-time champion of Spain from FIFA, the soccer video game with which he most competes in eSports, represents the team Falcons, Racing de Santander and the Spanish National Team of this modality.How do you explain to people what your work consists of?It’s about competing at the highest level in the video game I dedicate myself to, FIFA. In addition, I am also an online content creator, something that has become fashionable in the last two years, broadcasting matches and tournaments for my followers.What is a typical professional day like?Normally I usually train three or four hours, but I try not to play every day because I am not saturated. Mentally exhausting playing against another professional, against the best in the world. When I’m in a tournament and we compete Saturday and Sunday the whole day is pretty tiring. On Monday and Tuesday after each tournament I take them off.You have a coach, psychologist, physical therapist …We usually have a coach, someone you trust mainly, who helps us in tournaments. When we are tense and anxious, he is the one who advises us in decision making. The physio is also important, when sitting for so many hours, in my case leaning forward, the lumbar suffers a lot. It is highly recommended to be fit and stretch. Before, I also had a psychologist, more than anything to see how he channeled all the emotions in tournaments. How is the competition of your video game, FIFA20?Each one represents his club, the one that pays us a salary and we generate a base of followers together. Tournaments are normally individual, although there is one tournament per year per team.Does the income of an eSports professional give to live?Perhaps the best in the world does charge a lot, but we do not live as many of them. If I say twenty in Spain, I’m still going. Getting to the top is complicated because there is a lot of competition and requires a significant investment at the beginning of the game.Is there a lot of difference between the most followed eSports games and FIFA?Comparing the best players in those games and FIFA, there are several million euros difference. I would like it to evolve and for team play to be more important. That a game of two against two be developed, for example, and be able to compete in pairs against other clubs.What is the future?ESports are booming and brands have long recognized this. I personally look very good, young and wanting to continue competing. When I finish my career I want to continue working in the sector.