It was at the Burton US Open Snowboard event at Vail, CO, USA that James completed "the perfect season", taking out his sixth halfpipe gold medal for 2018/19 with a score of 92.00.
James credits missing out on first place in the semis, with inspiring his most recent gold-winning run.
"I wanted to ride my snowboard the way I do, I was able to do that and I am over the moon," he said.
"It's been an amazing season and coming up second in the semis put a fire under my butt and I didn't like finishing there."
Scotty James finishes the season with wins at The Dew Tour, X Games, US Grand Prix, Laax Open and the US Burton Open, as well as a third consecutive FIS World Championship title, an unprecedented feat as the first-ever snowboarder to do so.
Of winning his third-consecutive world title, the Melbournian said he couldn't believe it.
“I was pinching myself when I won my second world title, and now I’m triple pinching myself that I’ve won my third. It’s amazing."
NSWIS two-time Olympian Kent Callister also made the 10-man final, finishing ninth overall.
Impressive 13-year-old young gun Valentino Guseli placed 19th in the men's open event, after a spectacular win in the Junior Jam, which qualified the NSWIS Park & Pipe rider for the open competition.
IMAGE - Scotty James celebrating his sixth win of the year in Vail at the US Open © blattphoto