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talkingbaws FIFA Cup for Xbox One – All the Details

talkingbaws FIFA Cup for Xbox One – All the Details

After the success of our first FIFA Cup for PS4 players, we’re back with the Xbox One version.

Before you get too excited, you have to be playing on Xbox One to get involved.

We’ve also decided to help out Age UK while doing this. It’s a charity close to our hearts and one we want to help during this coronavirus outbreak.

The big things you need to know when thinking about entering are:

  • You must be 16 or over
  • It’s a 32-player tournament so it’s first come first served
  • Xbox One only
  • Communication done through our Discord server. You can download the app here.

Here’s a full rundown of the tournament details and requirements:

Entry details: There is a £10 entry fee. This payment must be paid to assure your place. Only 32 entrants on first come first served basis before all entrants are filled up. Entrants must be able to participate on the specified day at the specified times or the tournament organiser reserves the right to disqualify them. Entrants must be 16 or over. Entrants must pay their entry fee, submit their Xbox Live username, email address and Discord username to the tournament organiser via thetbshop.com. They must also be able to communicate with opposing players using the Discord app.

Game and console requirements: Entrants must be using FIFA 20 on Xbox Live.

Game rules: Players must submit a screenshot of the game result via Discord. If the tournament organiser has a reason to believe there has been foul play, both players will be required to submit a video clip of the game. The tournament organiser reserves the right to disqualify anyone suspected, or found guilty, of cheating. Cheating includes lying about the score or disconnecting. If a player disconnects during the game, the win will automatically be awarded to their opponent.

Team selection: Pre-tournament, we will select 32 teams that will be used in the tournament. We will then randomly pair those teams with entrants before drawing a random tournament line-up.

Prize: £160 prize to the winner, with £160 also donated to Age UK to help them fight the current coronavirus outbreak.

So, the tournament kicks off on Saturday, March 21st at 1pm and will run until 4.30pm IF you manage to make the final.

We’ll send confirmed details of exact kick-off times once the tournament is filled up.

That’s all we have for now. If you want to get involved, head to thetbshop.com. And if you have any questions, you can get in touch with us on Twitter or Instagram.

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