EA Sports Gives 15-Year-Old Cancer Patient His Own Player in FIFA 17
Fifteen-year-old cancer survivor, Kenton Doust, who's a Vancouver Whitecaps fan, was diagnosed with cancer back in 2015 after doctors discovered he had not one, not two, but three brain tumors. After 25 sessions of radiation, Kenton Doust is now cancer free but that's not all. Vancouver-based EA Sports heard about Doust's fight, and decided to honor the cancer surivior with his own player card for an update to FIFA 17, which features the teenager as a star striker. His overall rating in the game is a 95.