PlayStation Schools’ Cup EA Sports FIFA 18 Tournament: St Margaret Ward Academy
PLAYSTATION SCHOOLS’ CUP MATCH DAY HUB 2017 - 2018
PLAYSTATION® 4 EA SPORTS™ FIFA 18 TOURNAMENT
Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe Limited, 10 Great Marlborough Street,
London W1F 7LP, United Kingdom
By entering the
promotion, entrants will be deemed to be bound by and have accepted these terms
and conditions. These Terms and Conditions prevail in the event of any conflict
or inconsistency any other communications, including advertising or promotional
materials. Please keep a copy for your records.
This competition is open to pupils of St
Margaret Ward Academy, Little Chell Lane, Tunstall, Stoke on Trent, ST6 6LZ aged
11 or over, attending the PlayStation Schools' Cup Match Day Hub. Entrants are
pre-selected by the school itself and details provided to a member of the event
staff on the morning of the event (entrants must attend the school location in order
to take part in the competition). Employees and their immediate families, or
anyone professionally connected to, Sony PlayStation, English Schools' Football
Association (ESFA), Electronic Arts (EA), HPS Jardine, The Circle Agency Ltd
and teachers and staffs at the school are excluded from participation.
Participants under 16 years of age will require
parental or their guardian's consent to participate and to receive any prize.
No purchase necessary. Acceptance of these terms
& conditions is a condition of entry.
Timing: From 09:00 16:05 Thursday 8th March 2018
- The competition applies to game play of EA
SPORTS™ FIFA 18 game on the PlayStation 4 console, located in the PlayStation
Schools' Cup Match Day Hub only.
- To enter:
Within the competition timing there will be four rounds that will generate a
Main Prize Winner and runner up. The 16 pupils are pre-selected by the school
before the event takes place and are required to register with our event staff
before the tournament takes place. Should any pupil put forward not be able to
attend on the day, our event staff will ask the school to suggest a replacement
- The Main Prize Winner of each tournament will be
the participant who reaches and wins the Final of the tournament, having won
through the 3rd round, quarter finals and semi-finals. In the starting round it
is 2 v2 of the total 16 players. One winner from each of these will proceed
through to the quarter finals leaving 8 pupils. The 4 remaining pupils will take
part in a semi final to leave us with our winner and runner up.
There will be 1 x Main Prize Winner who will win 1 x PlayStation Football
Shirt, a PlayStation branded trophy and a branded bag. Second place runner up
will receive a PlayStation Football Shirt and branded medal.
- Prizes can only be claimed from the PlayStation
representative on the stand at the end of each tournament. All claims
thereafter are void and will not be honoured. Prizes will be allocated by the
PlayStation representative on the stand. Winners do not have a choice of prize;
they can only accept the specific prize offered to them, according to the
tournament won. There is no cash alternative to the stated prizes.
The decision of the Promoter is final and
binding; no further correspondence can or will be entered into.
- The Promoter reserves the right at its absolute
discretion to disqualify entrants or disallow from playing whom it considers do
not comply with these terms & conditions or has interfered with the fair
running of this competition. No responsibility is accepted for game scores
lost, corrupted or delayed in transmission or as a result of any network,
computer hardware or software failure of any kind.
- The Promoter does not guarantee continuous,
uninterrupted or secure access to the game for entry. Numerous factors outside
of the control of the Promoter may interfere with the operation of the game. To
the extent permissible by law the Promoter exclude all implied warranties,
conditions and other implied terms.
- Prizes are awarded subject to availability. If
due to circumstances beyond the reasonable control of the Promoter, a prize has
to be changed at any time, the Promoter reserves the right to provide an
alternative prize similar in quality and value. The Promoter will not be liable
for any cancellations, alterations or modifications to the prize for any reason
which falls outside its reasonable control.
- In the event of circumstances outside the
reasonable control of the Promoter, or otherwise where fraud, abuse, and/or an
error (human or computer) affects or could affect the proper operation of this
promotion or the awarding of prizes, and only where circumstances make this
unavoidable, the Promoter reserves the right to cancel or amend the promotion
or these terms and conditions, at any stage, but will always endeavour to
minimize the effect to participants in order to avoid undue disappointment.
- The Promoter and its associated agencies and
companies will not be liable for any loss (including, without limitation,
indirect, special or consequential loss or loss of profits), expense or damage
which is suffered or sustained (whether or not arising from any person’s
negligence) in connection with this promotion or accepting or using the prize,
except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law (including personal
injury, death and fraud) in which case that liability is limited to the minimum
allowable by law.
- The Promoter reserves the right to verify all
entries including but not limited to asking for address and identity details in
order to validate a prize.
Protection: Any personal data relating to participants will be used solely
in accordance with current data protection legislation and will not be
disclosed to a third party (other than the Promoter’s agencies for the purpose
of servicing/implementing the promotion and prizes) without the individual’s
prior consent. Personal data is only processed for the purposes of
participating in the Promotion.
The name and counties of the winners will be
available by visiting the website www.winners-list.co.uk within three months of the Closing
Any question concerning the legal interpretation
of the rules will be based on English law and the Courts of England and Wales
will have exclusive jurisdiction.