The time for a good boogie has now stopped as Ubisoft have crowned their official winner of the Just Dance World Cup 2018.
The Just Dance World Cup 2018 was held on April 21st in Paris at the Webedia Esports Arena. Maintaining his dominance and his World Cup crown, last year’s winner, Umutcan “Technoth” Tütüncü from Turkey, took the title for a second consecutive year in a row.
The world champion for the second year running was run close by runner-up Jordan “Jjtatooo75” Boury from France. It was a very close affair, with a very close finale in a best-of-5 (3-2), which showcased juts how high the level was for this year’s tournament.
If you’d like to re-watch the finals, be sure to take a look below. Have you got the moves to be the Just Dance world champion? Let us know in the comment section below.