For the first time in franchise history, EA Sports is giving fans the opportunity to put their favourite player on the front of the FIFA 16 cover. From June 16 until July 5, all FIFA players can help decide who joins Lionel Messi on the cover of the game in Australia, France, Latin America, Mexico, and the United Kingdom.
Community Decides Who Joins Messi on the FIFA 16 Cover
Q: How does the voting work?
A: You vote by visiting the respective country voting pages. From there, select the player you want on the cover, confirm your choice and your vote has been cast.
Q: How many times can I vote?
A: Each vote you cast is worth one (1) point, you can vote like this once a day until the voting closes on July 5.
Q: How to cast additional votes?
A: Every time you vote you can share your support on Twitter. When you do this, you give your favourite player an extra 10 points.
You can also give them more points by playing FIFA 15. When you vote for your player through the portal, you will be given the option to link your Origin ID. Once linked, actions you perform in FIFA 15 will go towards your player.
Points earned through FIFA 15:
.5 point for every game you play in FIFA 15, regardless of mode
.5 point for every game you win in FIFA 15, regardless of mode
.25 point for every goal you score in FIFA 15, regardless of mode
Points from in-game play are rewarded regardless of the clubs, players or modes you choose. You must have your Origin ID linked in order to earn points this way.
Q: What is my Origin ID?
A: Your Origin ID is the same login you use to access other on line features for FIFA 15 such as the FUT Web-App or Pro Clubs. All users of EA SPORTS titles should already have an Origin ID.
Q: Can anyone vote?
A: Yes. Even if your region isn’t involved in the cover vote, you can still participate in all aspects of the vote (visiting the voting portals and by linking your account & playing FIFA 15). Just remember that each vote region is separate. If you want to lend your support to multiple campaigns, remember to visit each page to make your selection.
Q: There is any prize for who votes?
A: Yes. The winners will be selected via a random number generator.
One (1) winner will win One (1) Harry Kane signed Tottenham Hotspur Shirt.
One (1) winner will win One (1) Sergio Agüero signed Manchester City shirt.
One (1) winner will win One (1) Jordan Henderson signed Liverpool shirt.
One (1) winner will win One (1) Thibaut Courtois signed Chelsea FC shirt
One (1) winner will win One (1) Xbox One Console and One (1) copy of FIFA 16 on XBOX One.
Ten (10) winners will each win One (1) copy of FIFA 16 on XBOX One.
Q: Where I can vote?
A: Just click in the region you want to vote:
Q: Who are we voting?
A: Each of the five participating regions have a certain number of eligible athletes that can be featured alongside global cover athlete, Lionel Messi:
Sergio Agüero – Manchester City
Thibaut Courtois – Chelsea FC
Jordan Henderson – Liverpool FC
Harry Kane – Tottenham Hotspur
Raphaël Varane – Real Madrid (Spain)
Antoine Griezmann – Atlético Madrid (Spain)
Alexandre Lacazette – Olympique Lyonnais (France)
Blaise Matuidi – Paris Saint-Germain (France)
Lyah Simon – Australian Women’s National Team
Steph Catley – Australian Women’s National Team
Katrina Gorry – Australian Women’s National Team
Sergio Agüero – Manchester City (England)
Claudio Bravo – FC Barcelona (Spain)
Edinson Cavani – Paris Saint-Germain (France)
Juan Cuadrado – Chelsea (England)
Jose Rondon – Zenit St. Petersburg (Russia)
Carlos Zambrano – Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany)
Hugo Ayala – Tigres
Marco Fabian – Chivas
Hiram Mier – Rayados de Monterrey
Eduardo Herrera – Pumas
Diego De Buen – Pachuca
Moisés Muñoz – Club América
Christian Gimenez – Cruz Azul
Javier Orozco – Santos Laguna
2 thoughts on “Community Decides Who Will Feature in the FIFA 16 Cover”
What about rest of Europe? Countries like Poland or Germany?
They will not have the chance to choose who will joins to Messi on the FIFA 16 cover.
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