Tetris players meet Joseph Saelee: the winner of the Classic Tetris World Championship 2018.
Saelee, 16, won the title in Portland, Oregon, during the Portland Retro Gaming Expo on Sunday ,
The footage shows how the California teenager dethrones seven-time winner Jonas Neubauer.
Saelee beat Neubauer in three games, Kotaku reports, explaining the final as the best-of-five matchup.
Neubauer, 37, had nothing but praise for Saelee.
"The kid played with a pure heart, the most clutch Tetris we've ever seen of anyone," Neubauer said, according to the venue.
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"He simply had the ability to have the natural abilities and let them shine as brightly as he could in his first tournament. [It’s] A truly Glory to hand the torch to the new generation of Tetris players, "he continued.
Saelee admitted he had low expectations when he entered the competition.
"I do not know how I feel." He said, per Kotaku. "I'm still recovering, it's absolutely a dream, I came to this tournament just to qualify, just to get all those great ones Meeting and winning people is simply incredible, I do not know what to say. "
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The teenager uses a 1985 Nintendo NES console during his daily exercises, which take several hours, reports BBC.
It may not be the last eSports fans to hear from Saelee: The teenager said he plans to enter the 2019 competition.
"I feel like I could improve, it's not just a one-time thing," he added.