FIFA 2010 – 1on1 Virtual Cup 2009 (PS3)

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Starting at the end of this November, is setting the spotlight on Germany’s most popular sport  activity, Soccer. Over eight days champions from all across the globe, will compete against eachother, in the FIFA 2010 - 1on1 Virtual Cup 2009!

In close cooperation with Electronic Arts, Kaspersky Lab, TGC - The Games Company,, alugraphics and GamingXP our exclusive partner for our austrian friends, is looking for the 16 best FIFA 2010 champions.

Within 8 preliminary rounds and 64 competitors per round, players will need to qualify themselves for the Virtual Cup 2009 Final-Tournament. Games will be played in the Single-Elimination Mode, 1on1 only.

This time we not just have very exclusive FIFA 2010 goodies but also stunning prizes, you won’t find anywhere else. Here’s a detailed list of the rewards that are waiting for the ultimate FIFA 2010 champions:

  • 1st: 1 x EA SPORTS branded fridge + EA SPORTS Fan Pack
  • 2nd: 1 x Cell phone (Nokia 5130) incl. 1 year of free music downloads via + EA SPORTS Fan Pack
  • 3rd: 1 x Gene Simmons AXE Guitar for your PS2, PS3 or Wii andcompatible with Guitar Hero or Rock Band, 1 x Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 Download KEY valid for 1 year and one workstation only + EA SPORTS Fan Pack
  • 4th: 1 x FIFA 2010 folding chair, 1 x Kaspersky Internet Security 2010 Download KEY valid for 1 year and one workstation only + 1 x high quality, eyecatching alugraphics Mousepad
  • 5th - 20th: 1 x goodie from our EA SPORTS assortment

Participation in this competition is, as always completely free!

Interested participants may register on the corresponding tournament Microsite at

Launch is scheduled for Monday, November 30th at 20:00 pm (CET) with the first of 8 preliminary rounds.

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