Sony will pimp your PS4 or PS3 controller for the World Cup for free

To celebrate PlayStation being the official games console brand of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Sony is offering PS4 and PS3 owners the chance to have their DualShock 4 and DualShock 3 controllers customised to show their support.

The company is setting up Customisation Stations in three cities in the UK where graffiti artists will pimp controllers with names, numbers or teams.

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Gamers need to visit the PlayStation Customisation Stations in the Bullring Shopping Centre in Birmingham on Saturday 24 May, Piccadilly Gardens in Manchester on Saturday 31 May, or Westfield Stratford City in London on Saturday 7 or Sunday 8 June. They need to take their favourite controller to hand in and the service is completely free.

There will also be various challenges and FIFA 14 competitions on the days to win personalised controllers.

Sony will post more information on its Facebook page at facebook.com/playstationaccess.



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