The resumption of the practice of football will be fun with a chip offered by adidas, Google and EA Sports.
In collaboration with EA Sports and a technology developed by Google, adidas is delighting budding footballers with the GMR Pack (34.99 euros). Two soles, equipped with a chip, slip into any pair of crampons and allow you to measure many actions on the ground.
The chips are thus connected to the Fifa Mobile application on a smartphone and it is possible to discover not only the number of kilometers traveled during a training session or a match, but also and especially the number of shots and passes, the power strikes or the number of sprints made during this same period!
After Paulo Dybala last spring, it’s now Joao Felix who is the adidas GMR ambassador and therefore challenges users. The latter are therefore invited to hit as hard as the young Portuguese crack after some juggling, the Atlético striker sipping a coffee just before his recovery.
Participants enjoy virtual rewards in Fifa Mobile, including FUT mode, and the top 20 globally are featured on adidas social media every week.
Can you compete with the pros?
Prove it with the #adidasGMR challenge from @ joaofelix70. It’s simple: Launch it. Show off. Smash it.
Track your shot power with #adidasGMR to get on the leaderboard and claim exclusive in-game rewards in FIFA mobile.https: //t.co/XDdynPE4Ig pic.twitter.com/uutK07IaUl
– adidas Football (@adidasfootball) November 10, 2020
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