Mayflex, the cabling infrastructure, networking and physical security solutions distributor, is once again running a fantasy football game to commemorate the forthcoming World Cup that will take place in South Africa in June 2010.
Mayflex is inviting customers and suppliers to sign up to the game which allows them to pick their own ‘dream team’ made up of any of the players taking part in the World Cup. Points are awarded based on the actual results of the matches and the league table is updated after every match played.
The Mayflex World Cup Fantasy Football game is free to take part and participants have the chance to win a star prize of a 40″ Samsung LED Wide Screen TV, a World Cup Football shirt of their choice and a selection of World Cup books. There will also be smaller prizes of World Cup football shirts on offer and for those participants that sign up by 21st May, the chance to win one of five ‘early bird’ prizes comprising a blow up chair, football shirt, leather football and crate of beer – to be delivered just in time for the World Cup starting on 11th June.
Tracey Calcutt, Marketing Manager commented ‘We first ran a Fantasy Football game back in 2006 and we had a great response with over 1000 participants. This is very well suited to our audience and we hope to get far more players signed up for the 2010 World Cup, especially across Europe, Middle East and Africa which are now key business areas for Mayflex. Tracey concluded ‘I am delighted to have received such a great response from our suppliers in supporting the game, we have 13 sponsors in total and their brands and product ranges will be promoted throughout the duration.
Mayflex are encouraging customers to set up their own mini league so that they can play against their colleagues and customers, as well as taking part in the main league. Participants can create up to 3 mini leagues and join up to 10 in total.
The Mayflex World Cup Fantasy Football game is now live and can be accessed by visiting www.mayflex.com. The World Cup takes place between 11th June and 11th July 2010.