The CHIO Aachen Digital Champion of Champions will take place on August 7-8 through the EquiRatings Eventing Manager. The USEA will be teaming up with Eventing Manager for this upcoming event to encourage USEA members to play. The USEA will have its own league within the CHIO Aachen Digital Champion of Champions named the "USEVENTING" league. The winner of this league will be awarded one Full USEA Membership and a shirt of your choice from www.shopusea.com.
How to Play
Step 2: Create a free account with Eventing Manager.
Step 3: Pick your team by August 7. You will have a fixed budget, and you are allowed to choose team players that fit within the budget.
Step 4: Enter the U.S. Eventing league. Enter the league code "USEVENTING" on the Leagues screen and click "Join League." Make sure to use all capital letters.
Step 5: Watch and participate in the live event. The simulated Champions of Champions event will be live streamed on August 7 and 8 with live commentary.
What You’ll Win
If you earn the top spot in the USEVENTING league, you’ll win over $100 worth in prizes including:
Best of luck to everyone who participates!
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