Create custom FIFA jerseys, win prizes
9/22/2010 9:16:00 PM
Despite what we learn from the bible, the law, or whatever other form of morality teaching you've attending/been subjected too; sometimes it's good to be evil. Evil Controllers are proving this by holding a contest to give away 20 of their thumbstick kits and a grand prize of a custom controller. This is in tandem with EA's release of FIFA 2011. Simply design a custom jersey and send it over to Evil Controllers for a chance to win. The usual rules regarding profanity and inappropriate content are in play, so don't expect your "Luck Fiverpool" jersey to be among the finalists
FIFA FIFA FIFA!
Just wanted to let you know how excited Evil Controllers is getting over the upcoming September 28 FIFA 2011 release. To show our support, the evil minds behind Evil Controllers are hosting a “FIFA ’11 Custom Jersey Contest” with the top twenty entrants receiving FREE Evil Thumbstick kits and the grand prizewinner receiving a free Evil Controller with imaging, LED design, and Evil Thumbsticks! Would love if you would be able to include this in any upcoming posts or stories.
The contest is all about freedom—freedom to design your own jersey, however you want it. May that be photoshop, drawing, FIFA.com design, or straight screenshots from the game upon release, it’s all up to you. All you need to include is your best creativity to incorporate “Evil Controllers” into the design. Any and all interpretations are accepted so get creative!
All submissions must be posted on the event page at http://www.facebook.com/evilcontrollers, which will open September 28th. Certain restrictions apply. We will not accept jerseys with profanity or any offensive material. The contest will begin Tuesday, September 28th at midnight and end October 12 at 11:59 p.m.
Once again, top TWENTY entrants will win Evil Thumbstick kits, making this contest certainly worth a shot! First place will win that free customized controller to show off to friends. Entries will be judged on creativity, aesthetic appeal, and a positive representation of the evil within.