Warrior Football marks its debut season in the English Premier League by giving fans of all teams a chance to battle it out against each other as the brand’s new online prediction game, Face Off, goes live.
Face Off challenges gamers to predict their team’s performance on the pitch while going head-to-head with rival fans. Players who are on the ball will be in to win ‘money can’t buy’ prizes, as well as the chance to claim the title of ultimate Premier League fan.
In true footballer style, the overall Face Off champion will be flown to Los Angeles with a friend for a 10-day taste of the high life. Whilst there, they will train alongside Warrior brand ambassador Vinnie Jones and his Hollywood All-Stars team. Announced as an ambassador in July, Jones is looking forward to putting the ultimate fan through their paces. Notorious for his frank, no-nonsense attitude, Warrior channels his hard-man persona throughout the game.
Speaking about his involvement with Face Off, Jones said: “This game isn’t about sitting on the sideline, it’s about winning, proving you can cut it with the best. Face Off is a prediction game with balls that really sorts the boys from the men – if fans want to score on and off the pitch, this is a good place to start.”
For those not Hollywood-bound, a chance to watch a game with eight friends in an executive box at Anfield is up for grabs, along with regular opportunities to score Premier League tickets and limited edition Warrior merchandise throughout the season.
Fans can sign up and make their predications via the Warrior Face Off website: www.warriorfaceoff.com now.
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