EA Sports Includes 15-Year-Old Cancer Survivor In FIFA 17

By on December 29, 2016


This may be the greatest thing that has ever happen to a single individual.

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.

Twenty-five sessions of radiation later, Doust was declared cancer free back in May of this year. Whitecaps captain Russell Teibert was there to hear the awesome news with Doust that he’d beaten cancer.

To make matters that much better, he now gets to see himself in Fifa 17.

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!

A photo posted by Kenton Doust (@kentondoust) on Jul 7, 2016 at 11:40pm PDT


A photo posted by Kenton Doust (@kentondoust) on Nov 17, 2016 at 9:21pm PST