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Game On at the 2014 Asian Forex Championship! Registration Open till June 1st

June 3, 2014



By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at China Weekly News -- The 2014 Asian Forex Championship, one of the most notable events in the Forex industry, has welcomed more than 1,100 participants worldwide since its launch last May 5th. Registration for the Championship is still open. Anyone ready to take up the challenge and compete with professionals can apply for participation at ForexCup.com till June 1st.

The 2014 Asian Forex Championship( http://www.forexcup.com/asian-championship-2014/index_en.html ) is organized within the ForexCup project under the auspices of FXOpen( http://www.fxopen.com ), a leading MT4 ECN broker and a B2B liquidity provider, who allocated US$12,000 to the competition prize fund.

The top three traders in the Championship will be awarded with US$3,000, US$1,800, and US$1,200, respectively. The prize money will be credited to their PAMM accounts, while the remaining US$6,000 of the bonus pool will be shared among the most successful participants. According to the contest terms, only the residents of Asia are eligible for the main prizes. All other non-Asian traders who complied with the competition rules are eligible for the bonus.

"The money is by far not the only prize of the Championship," commented Denis Peganov, FXOpen NZ Limited Director. "An opportunity to practice Forex trading and gain valuable experience are immeasurable rewards. You can't help but agree that it's rather hard to make real money with bare theory. The 2014 Asian Forex Championship is a unique opportunity to apply accumulated knowledge and discover your real potential."

Keywords for this news article include: Asia, FXOpen.

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Source: China Weekly News


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