Terms and Conditions relating to Qualification for the FIWC14 Grand Final via the Community Qualifier

These Terms and Conditions must be read in conjunction with the general Terms and Conditions for the FIFA Interactive World Cup 2014 (“FIWC14”) which can be accessed at http://www.fifa.com/interactiveworldcup/organisation/documents/index.html and which shall apply (as appropriate) to this the Community Qualifier.

Capitalised terms used herein shall have the meaning ascribed to them in the Terms and Conditions for the FIWC14.

FIFA is offering one place at the FIWC14 Grand Final for the winner of the Community Qualifier for each “Season” (as set and specified by FIFA) of the FIWC14. There shall be no more than six (6) “Community Qualifiers” in total for the FIWC14 Grand Final.

The winner of the Community Qualifier for each Season will be chosen as follows:

The Community Qualifier winner for each Season is awarded to the player with the best “win-loss ratio” for each online season. Every win is worth 3 points and every draw is worth 1 point. The total points for wins and draws will be added together and divided by the number of games played in the relevant online Season to calculate the “win-loss ratio”. A minimum of thirty (30) games played for any given Season is required to be eligible for the Community Qualifier award.


In the case of several players having exactly the same “win-loss ratio” the following tiebreak criteria will be applied (in the below order) to evaluate the winner:

1. Best goal difference
2. Highest goals scored
3. Highest average goals scored per game
4. Best goal ratio (goals vs. shots on goal)
5. Lowest average goals conceded per game
6. Lowest number of red cards
7. Drawing of lots

These Terms and Conditions have been drafted in English and translated into other languages (including French, German, Arabic, Portuguese and Spanish) and are available on the Website. The Participant acknowledges and agrees that he/she has read and understood these Terms and Conditions and that he/she is fully aware of the rights and obligations arising therefrom. In the event of any discrepancy between the English and translated texts, the English text shall be used to resolve any doubts arising in respect of interpretation and/or application.