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FIFA 17 CUP: Put your gaming skills to the test and you could be in with a chance of meeting your favourite City players

FIFA 17 CUP: Put your gaming skills to the test and you could be in with a chance of meeting your favourite City players

Manchester City fan? FIFA player? Living in the USA?

If that’s you, then you’ll want to get involved with the Man City FIFA 17 Cup.

Put your gaming skills to the test on the Battlefy FIFA Ladder from 16-29 June and you could be joining us on our 2017 USA Tour this summer, where you'll meet your favourite players and win some signed merchandise.

Compete in the preliminary ladder on Xbox One or PlayStation 4 from 4pm on 16 June and if you finish in the top 128 places, you’ll progress to the play-off rounds.

This is when it gets serious, as all 128 players will battle it out on 1-2 July in a bid to finish in the top two on each platform.

And if that’s you, you’ll be flying out to Houston to take part in a live final during our 2017 USA Tour to decide who is crowned the winner of the Man City FIFA 17 Cup.

To enter, join the Battlefy ladder now: battlefy.com/mancity

Rules Apply

Players must reside in the United States to participate in this tournament

Players must be 13 years or older to participate in this tournament

Players may be asked at any time to send proof of age and residency to tournament staff

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