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This coming Saturday brings a new start to the Premier League for the 2015-16 season, football fans around the world have been waiting many weeks for this day and are looking forward to seeing their favourite clubs in action again with their new signings.

With the new Premier League campaign kicking off, many fantasy football managers will be counting down the deadline and making final adjustments to their own squads, running the statistics over the new players and deciding on whether last year’s stars will perform again. Meanwhile, an even bigger transfer has happened in Cambodia with Wing taking over the helm of the Fantasy Football League with great new prizes to be won each week!

The top scoring team each game week will receive a free Wing account containing $20, and even bigger prizes for the teams that finish in the top three spots at the end of the season – those will receive a free Wing account containing balances of: 1st - $1,000, 2nd - $250, 3rd - $50 respectively. If you already have an account, the prize can be paid into it directly!

1. Register your team into the competition by using the code 67247-408185 after constructing your squad at

2. Managers wishing to be eligible for Wing prizes must register their fantasy team name, manager name, real name and Cambodian phone number by email to – if you have a Wing account already, please include the 8-digit account number also.

Please check the league forum in the game for a full set of rules, good luck!



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