Gerard Piqué is recognised as one of the finest ever central defenders in football, having won everything you possibly can in the profession game both domestically and internationally. Including a treble in 2008–09 and a quadruple in 2009–10 with FC Barcelona and playing an integral role in the Spain team that won the 2010 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2012.
However, most recently his Barcelona team were ignominiously knocked out of the Champions League by Atletico Madrid. So to help him get over that, Gerard Piqué will be challenging his fans to face him in the video game, Final Kick. The event will be broadcasted live onto Piqué’s official channel on video platform, Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/3gerardpique, on April, 18th at 6PM CET, and the netizens can interact with him. Also with the FC Barcelona player will be the American Youtuber and FIFA player Castro.
To face Piqué in the penalty shootouts video game Final Kick, the users should download or update the game from the Amazon Underground app store. The link to do it, that will be available during the event on Twitch, is: http://finalkick.me/d/65. Once in the game, users will see an icon to compete online with the football player. Also, everyone following the event on Twitch will have the chance to ask him questions.
The event will be broadcasted live from Kerad Games offices, the mobile video games company where Gerard Piqué is founder and president. Final Kick is one of the company’s titles, that also has Golden Manager and other games currently developing. The football player collaborates with the app store Amazon Underground from its launch in Europe in 2015, and Final Kick is one of the games that can be found in the platform for its 100% free download.
Kerad Games designs, develops and markets social network video games for the whole family, accessible from any Internet device. Sport, ingenuity and social relationships are the main ingredients to the company’s projects. Founded in 2011 with a team of ten people, Kerad currently has more than 40 employees. Principal shareholders include Gerard Piqué and his family, in addition to personal friends and professionals from the Internet, professional football and the world of video games.