World Cup Fantasy Soccer Challenge: Sign Up Today

Today marks the launch of MLS Talk’s World Cup 2010 Fantasy Soccer game which it’s free to register and you have the opportunity to win big cash prizes.

The concept is simple. Pick your best 11 from the 32 competing teams and see how they do in the 2010 World Cup. And then enter a public league so you can compete against 11 soccer fans from around the world. Thankfully this is one of those competitions where you can pick and choose any players for your eleven rather than limiting yourself to certain players to fit into a certain budget.

There are four levels of competition to choose from. You can practice and play for free. But if you have the skill to win, why not play in a competition to win some cash? When you’re ready to play in the competition, you can sign up for the silver level at $29.99, you’ll be eligible to win up to $240 if you beat your 10 opponents in the competition. When you sign up for the gold level at $99.99, the winner will get up to $800. And, if you decide to sign up for the platinum level at $199.99, you can win up to $1600 for coming in first place among your group.

This is definitely one of those games where you’ve got an opportunity to make some serious money. Plus there’ll be an iPhone application coming soon so you can play the World Cup fantasy game on your phone.

As you can see from the above picture, the graphics are sleek and the game is easy to understand and use.

There are plenty of other features too such as the ability to follow fantasy scores live. Plus you can build a new team through each round.

Register today for free to join MLS Talk’s World Cup 2010 Fantasy Soccer Challenge!

0 thoughts on “World Cup Fantasy Soccer Challenge: Sign Up Today”

  1. Is this a FIFA approved game? If there’s money involved I’m sure their lawyers will be calling. In any case, no thanks.

  2. I think they have to set it up this way due to the UIGEA imposed in the USA. Nevertheless, the interface stinks and its a cheesy concept. Not surprising rreally, considering its affiliation with the “lego” MLS league and all the yahoos and homer commentators we see on ESPN and who try to pdocast as if they actually know the world game. Stick to baseball and hotdogs!

    1. Schmoeshmoe, what are you talking about? The interface is sleek. How is it a cheesy concept? It’s the fantasy games we know and love. And what affiliation does it have with MLS? None, as far as I know.

      The Gaffer

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