PlayStation and the Dallas Cowboys are letting 256 select fans and gamers test their skills in Madden NFL 10 in the first football game played in Cowboys Stadium. The invite-only event will take place in conjunction with the Dallas Cowboys season ticket holder appreciation day on Saturday August 8th. This will be the first chance for PlayStation and football fans to get their hands on the new Madden NFL 10 from EA SPORTS and see actual gameplay across the stadium’s big screens via the PLAYSTATION 3.
Contestants will compete in a ladder tournament where portions of the competition will be broadcasted live, stadium-wide, throughout the day for the over 10,000 season ticket holders in the stands. The winner of the tournament will take home a prize package that includes a PLAYSTATION 3 system and a copy of Madden NFL 10. Second and third place winners will take home a PSP prize pack that also includes Madden NFL 10.
So here’s where you come in. We’ve got 25 entries to this event at Cowboys Stadium to give away…but you have to earn it. Commence the Touchdown, MADDEN! Photo Contest. The first 25 qualified photo entries will win access (including a guest) to the event. Here’s how to qualify:
- Your photo must demonstrate your favorite touchdown dance or pose
- You must be wearing NFL gear
- You must have something PlayStation in the photo (controller, game, etc.)
To enter, send your photo to PlayStationMaddenChallenge@gmail.com along with your full name and date of birth, your guest’s full name and date of birth (open to US residents only, age 13 years or older only), and if you are going to be in the Dallas area for the event on August 8th (you must provide your own transportation), located at:
1 Legends Way, Arlington, TX 76051
Saturday, August 8, 2009
10:00 AM- 5:00 PM
You must submit your photo by this Wednesday, August 5, 12:00PM Pacific. Winners will be notified by email.
Good luck! And keep an eye out later this week because we’ll have a special Flickr set hosting all the photo goodness.
Official rules are here.
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