“Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team” Dream Championship Finals To Be Held at Japan Football Museum
Tokyo, Japan – August 29, 2019 – KLab Inc., a leader in online mobile games, announced that its head-to-head football simulation game Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team will hold the Finals of its first-ever worldwide Dream Championship tournament on Saturday, September 14 at the Japan Football Museum in Tokyo.
The Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team Dream Championship 2019 tournament is a global competition to decide the top Captain Tsubasa player in the entire world. Four offline qualifiers selected one champion each, in addition to 12 champions selected from online competitions.
Now these 16 champions who aimed to be the strongest player in the world will finally gather in Tokyo to face off against one another and determine the true world champion. Anyone with the ability to travel to Tokyo is invited to come to the venue and watch it all go down in real time, and the Finals will also be livestreamed for those who can’t watch in person.
Dream Championship Finals Details
In addition to the Finals, other events exclusive to the venue are planned for attendees. Special campaigns, both in-game and promotional, tying in with the Finals will also take place.
The Finals will be livestreamed from the URLs listed below.
Saturday, September 14 from 12:00 pm to 5:30 pm (UTC+9)
Japan Football Museum
JFA House, Football Ave., Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
11:00 am (UTC+9): Venue Opens
12:00 pm (UTC+9): Opening Ceremony
12:20 pm (UTC+9): First Match Kicks Off
4:00 pm (UTC+9): Semifinals
4:50 pm (UTC+9): Finals
5:20 pm (UTC+9): Awards Ceremony
Special Guests and Participants
MC: Mah Inoue
Assistant: Yu Mashima
Live Commentary: Sascha
Guest of Honor: Yoichi Takahashi (creator of Captain Tsubasa series)
Junichi Kimoto (game director, Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team)
Matthieu (KLab Games Station host)
Alberto (KLab Games Station host)
Dubai Qualifier Champion: WILLOFD (TZero)
Paris Qualifier Champion: FCS Bijjie (FC Salty FR)
Tokyo Qualifier Champion: Tanaka-san DL (DREAM LINE)
Hong Kong Qualifier Champion: 整齊個齊「蝦兵蟹將」 (no FC)
Online Qualifier 1st Place: 中國澳門-W.P. (三十路同盟)
Online Qualifier 3rd Place: IT|Daigo (ITALY-Team)
Online Qualifier 5th Place: ベニー@香港人加油 (超頑張り仏モード)
Online Qualifier 6th Place: INN @ 香港加油 (no FC)
Online Qualifier 8th Place: 東尼 (no FC)
Online Qualifier 9th Place: FrGodRuk (French GOD)
Online Qualifier 10th Place: 小劉 (AAAA1234)
Online Qualifier 11th Place: 冰語淚 (no FC)
Online Qualifier 12th Place: 沙魯王@足金金猴 (足金金猴大聯盟)
Online Qualifier 13th Place: 舒曼 (no FC)
Online Qualifier 15th Place: 煩凸西@Chan奴 (no FC)
How to Watch
Local fans in Tokyo are welcome to attend the Finals in person as spectators, and it will also be livestreamed via the URLs below.
To attend as a spectator, come to the Virtual Stadium entrance on the first floor of the Japan Football Museum by 11:00 am on Saturday, September 14. Entry is free and there are no entry requirements or pre-registration necessary. Upon entry, attendees will be given a wristband, which they can show upon re-entry to the venue and be able to come in and out freely. Upon reaching capacity, spectator registration will close.
Details About Attending as a Spectator
https://www.tsubasa-dreamteam.com/info/000136.html(Page in Japanese only)
YouTube Live (JP): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzi9eEuwrb4
YouTube Live (GL): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smmGqUYsEXo
Periscope (JP): https://twitter.com/tsubasa_dteam
Periscope (GL): https://twitter.com/tsubasaDT_en
Niconico Live (JP): https://live.nicovideo.jp/gate/lv321572133
Facebook Live (GL): https://www.facebook.com/KLabGamesStation/
Twitch (GL): https://www.twitch.tv/klabgamesstation
Tying in with the Finals will be some exciting campaigns both inside the game and on social media! Players can participate in these campaigns online from anywhere in the world.
Winner Prediction Campaign
Event Period: Monday, September 2 to Friday, September 13 (UTC+9)
Players are invited to predict the winner of the Finals, and those who correctly predict the champion will receive 150 free (not paid) Dreamballs. Players can vote from the Dream Championship 2019 official website starting on September 2 (UTC+9), and details will be announced there and inside the game.
Finals Cheering Challenge
Event Period: Monday, September 2 to Friday, September 13 (UTC+9)
A series of cheer tweets will be posted to the official Twitter account ( https://twitter.com/tsubasaDT_en ), one for each player who will participate in the Finals, and players are encouraged to retweet and write comments cheering each player on. If the total number of cheer messages to the global and Japanese accounts combined reaches 10,000, all players will receive 10 Dreamballs! Details on how to participate will be announced September 2 inside the game.
Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team Dream Championship 2019
The Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team Dream Championship 2019 tournament is a global competition to decide the top Captain Tsubasa player in the entire world. Offline qualifiers were held in four major cities worldwide (Dubai, Tokyo, Paris, and Hong Kong), and online qualifiers were held inside the game. A total of 16 finalists overall were chosen as the result of all the qualifiers combined and won trips to Tokyo to participate in the Dream Championship finals.
PrizesThe 16 finalists will receive an in-game badge, and the winner will receive an in-game badge, as well as a Dream Championship trophy and an original illustration by Yoichi Takahashi, the creator of the Captain Tsubasa manga.
Official Tournament Website: https://event.klabgames.com/tsubasa_dcs/en/top.html
For further details, players are encouraged to keep an eye on the official game website, Dream Championship website, and official social media.
About Captain Tsubasa
Created by Yoichi Takahashi, Captain Tsubasa is a Japanese manga that centers on the sport of football. Since premiering in Shueisha’s landmark manga anthology Weekly Shonen Jump in 1981, the series has grown into a legend that has inspired and delighted countless football fans around the world for decades.
Even after the end of the initial serialization, the story has continued to evolve with new works highlighting the growth and development of main character Tsubasa Ozora. The series’ popularity continues to thrive, with Captain Tsubasa Rising Sun currently appearing in Shueisha’s manga anthology, Grand Jump.
The series has sold over 70 million volumes in Japan alone. Captain Tsubasa’s popularity extends beyond borders, having been translated and published around the world in 20 languages, finding fans and winning the hearts of football lovers around the globe.
Overview of Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team
- Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team
- Supported OSes:
- Android™ 4.4+, iOS 8.0+
* Not available on some devices.
- Head-to-head football simulation game
- Free-to-play (In-app purchases available)
- Supported Regions:
- Global (Excludes Japan and Mainland China)
- Supported Languages:
- English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Arabic, and Brazilian Portuguese
- Official Website:
- Official Twitter Account:
- Official Facebook Page:
- ©Yoichi Takahashi/SHUEISHA
KLab is a leader in online mobile gaming. Founded in 2000 and headquartered in Tokyo, the company is listed on the 1st Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. KLab has consistently ranked as one of the top 52 grossing game publishers worldwide since 2012. With its emphasis on quality and innovative games, KLab continues to grow at a rapid pace, expanding beyond the Japanese market with offices in Singapore and Shanghai. For more information about KLab, please visit http://www.klab.com/jp/english/.