15-year-old Kenton Doust from Canada has been added into FIFA 17 FUT after EA Sports heard how he was diagnosed with cancer after three brain tumors on or near his pituitary gland were found. He began chemotherapy on the 30th October 2015 and was declared cancer-free on 19th May 2016.
A keen Vancouver Whitecaps supporter, Doust was added into EA Sports’ FIFA 17, which is developed in Vancouver, with his own FIFA Ultimate Team card and staff card. EA Sports ranked Doust with a 95 rating for his Striker position. His full stats read 95 – Pacing, 94 – Shooting, 83 – Passing, 94 – Dribbling, 40 – Defence and 83 – Physical.
Kenton Doust also received boots and a signed jersey from Russel Teibert, Vancouver Whitecaps defender. The defender also visitied Doust on the day he was declared cancer-free
I love this man with all my heart. He has helped me so much throughout my journey with cancer. He really helped me whilst I was in some of my worst times at the hospital. He has done so much for my family and I we honestly cannot thank you enough. This photo was taken after I had beat cancer he was there to hear my results he was always there for me. I love you man!