EA Sports Soccer and Speed Tour Coming to USC

EA’s much anticipated Soccer and Speed Tour is stopping at the USC Fan Fest outside the LA Memorial Coliseum before the Oregon game on Saturday November 3rd from 11am to 4pm to showcase the new FIFA 13 and Need For Speed Most Wanted (releasing 10/30) titles on fifteen flat screen TV’s for free play and competition.

During the stop, the tour staff will be running a competition using both titles in which they will crown one winner to take home some great prizing including an Astro Gaming A50 wireless headset worth $299!  Those who participate in the competition will also receive various other prizing and EA branded merchandise.

EA IS COMING TO A TOWN NEAR YOU WITH THE SOCCER & SPEED TOUR

Hit the Streets and Challenge Your Friends with the Most Anticipated Games this Fall!

 

Want to get your hands on Need for Speed Most Wanted and FIFA 13 before any of your friends?  Love to compete for awesome prizes and merchandise?  Look now future, EA’s Soccer & Speed Tour is hitting the road this fall showcasing Need for Speed™ Most Wanted and FIFA Soccer 13.  The tour will be stopping to visit 65 locations including major metropolitan cities and college campuses around the United States. Fans will get the chance to play Need for Speed Most Wanted and FIFA Soccer 13 on 16 flat screen TV’s and projectors while compete in gaming tournaments filled with prizes. Need for Speed Most Wanted has won 18 Best Racing Game awards since June, and FIFA Soccer 13 took the award for Best Sports Game by E3 Game Critics for the second year in a row.

For more information about The Soccer & Speed Tour, featuring Need for Speed Most Wanted and FIFA Soccer 13, including specific Tour stop details, visit the Tour’s Twitter Feed athttp://twitter.com/EAFIFA13Tour  or https://twitter.com/NEEDFORSPEED or visit the official Need for Speed page at www.needforspeed.com or FIFA Soccer 13 game page athttp://www.FIFA.EASports.com.

Need for Speed Most Wanted is being created by award-wining and industry-renowned studio, Criterion Games. This open-world driving game puts social competition at the heart of the experience, and lets players compete to becoming the Most Wanted amongst people they care about the most – their friends. And because an open world game deserves an open world structure, Criterion is throwing 20 years of gaming convention out the window and giving players the freedom to drive nearly any car they want from the start of the game. In Need for Speed Most Wanted, if you can find it, you can drive it. The entire gameplay experience is powered by Autolog 2, an innovative online technology powers the player’s way to the top of their Most Wanted list – automatically populating their map with challenges, helping locate Friends in-game, and tracking progress and accomplishments – both offline and online.Everything a player does counts towards the end goal of becoming the Most Wanted list – winning never felt so good.

FIFA Soccer 13 captures the unpredictability of real-world football with breakthrough features like First Touch Control that ensure no two matches ever play the same, and new online services like EA SPORTS Football Club Match Day that completely connect FIFA Soccer 13 to the real-world football season for all of the top leagues. EA SPORTS Football Club Match Day will drive real-world news ripped from the headlines around the world into FIFA Soccer 13. Real-world drama such as injuries, suspensions, team form, and media gossip will be reflected through in-game commentary and play out in-game. FIFA Soccer 13 features breakthrough gameplay innovations such as FIFA 13 First Touch Control and the Player Impact Engine that create a true battle for possession across the entire pitch, and features like Complete Dribbling and Attacking Intelligence that deliver freedom and creativity in attack. FIFA Soccer 13 is Football’s Social Network, where fans connect, compete and share with millions of others around the world. FIFA Soccer 13 was chosen “Best Sports Game” by E3 Game Critics.

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