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Great prizes in our rugby games

The new rugby season is about to explode on to our screens, and we've got Fantasy and Prediction games that will make the 2013 action just that bit more exciting.

Vodacom have come to the rugby party in a big way in terms of securing awesome prizes, and in both games you can win a 7" Samsung Galaxy 2 tablet every month, with the top three players at the end of the season earning themselves each a 10" Samsung Galaxy 2 tablet.

And with the prizes available every month, it means it is never too late to join as everyone starts from scratch in the quest for the 7" tablets on a monthly basis.

So who will be in your Fantasy squad? Will you take a chance on a returning Schalk? Any Kings players? Will Morne Steyn's boot be pivotal once again? In the predictions, are you going to go large against the new boys, or will they surprise us? It's all up to you....

It's free to enter - with the prizes available to players in sub-Saharan Africa where Multichoice has a presence - so get in, join pools, get some banter going and start predicting.

All games are available on both web and mobi sites.

Click here to go through to our games home page.


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