PARIS, France, October 4, 2013/African Press Organization (APO)/ – On the occasion of the semi-finals of the Orange CAF Champions League 2013 and the Orange CAF Confederation Cup 2013, CAF (http://www.cafonline.com) together with SPORTFIVE Africa, its exclusive marketing and media rights agency, have joined forces to bring to fans the “Pepsi FootballNOW” live prediction game, alongside with Official Sponsor Pepsi. The application is available to download from Google Play and the App Store and is free of charge.
Starting the semi-finals of the two most prestigious club competitions in Africa, viewers and fans who downloaded the application and created their profile will be able to predict the outcome of each match. Once the match kicks-off and cosily seating in front of its TV set, each player will also be prompted to answer some questions around key situations such as corner kicks, free kicks and penalties, etc. In addition, there will be some bonus questions about competitions, teams and players.
Gamers will earn “Pepsi Points” for correct predictions allowing them to collect Pepsi FootballNOW badges: Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum, according to the points won during a single match. During competitions, new badges will be unlocked.
Numerous prizes to win including a tablet, tickets for the finals of the two competitions and official match balls CAF adidas Katlego…
Following the official Orange African Cup of Nations, SOUTH AFRICA 2013 App, CAF and SPORTFIVE Africa are once again using mobile platforms to help bring African football to life for as many fans as possible, by creating an innovative new “second screen” experience. New functions will be released soon and a new version will be available for the next season including for the Orange CAF Super Cup.
Download the Pepsi FootballNOW application now and experience African football to a whole new level:
Find out also the official Facebook page of the Orange CAF Champions League 2013 and the Orange CAF Confederation Cup 2013: http://on.fb.me/19yxKrb
Confederation of African Football (CAF)