Diesel Technic’s brand, DT Spare Parts, is launching its Champions League prediction competition, searching for its ‘2017 DT Aftermarket Champion’. For employees of its distribution partners and their customers, the excitement of predicting the results of matches and winning fantastic prizes is set to kick-off on February 14th, when the round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League begins.
Exciting prizes worth €5,000 will be awarded to the competition’s winners: The ‘2017 DT Aftermarket Champion’ will win a once-in-a-lifetime weekend of football for two in Munich, including flights, hotel accommodation and tickets to a Bayern Munich Bundesliga game at the Allianz Arena.
The second-place finisher will win a high-end surround-sound speaker system that will ensure the atmosphere of the Champions League is brought into their own home. DT Spare Parts will award a high-quality football table to the participant finishing third, enabling the lucky winner to hold their own Champions League matches. The fourth-place finisher can also expect a football-themed prize, as they will win a Sony PlayStation 4 Pro and a Pro Evolution Soccer 2017 game, which includes Champions League game mode. Participants who finish 5th to 10th in the competition will each receive an official Champions League football from Adidas.
A similar prediction game was played for UEFA Euro 2016, and like then, participants will make their predictions ahead of each match day during the UEFA Champions League knock-out phases. Whoever scores the most points overall, and climbs the league table in heroic fashion by the end of the Champions League tournament, will be crowned ‘2017 DT Aftermarket Champion’. Anyone interested in registering for the prediction game can do so now at http://champion.dt-spareparts.com.
All you have to do is register and make your predictions. With a bit of knowledge about football and a little luck, it could be you that is crowned ‘2017 DT Aftermarket Champion’ and receives one of the fantastic prizes. Good luck from DT Spare Parts!
The knock-out phases of the UEFA Champions League see Europe’s top football teams fight it out for this coveted continental trophy. The round of 16 matches will kick off on February 14th, with teams such as Bayern Munich and Paris-Saint Germain against the likes of Arsenal and FC Barcelona. The ‘best of the best’ will go on to compete in the final on June 3rd, to be held at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.