Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team has been available now for 1000 days. To commemorate the milestone KLabs has unveiled a plethora of different events, rewards and even a story mode that will kick off today.

Log in bonuses are top of the agenda. There are two different events related to this taking place. Firstly, remembering to log into the game every day between now and 13th March will net players 100 Dreamballs and 10 million coins, all for simply opening Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team.
Secondly, logging in every day between 6th – 27th March will allow players to snag a variety of bonuses such as SSR Transfer Tickets and a Legendary Drill. It’s the kind of low effort-reward system I’m always on board with.

More daily rewards will also be on offer with a Free 10-Player Transfer period. This will run from 7th – 16th March in Japan whilst non-Japanese players will benefit from it during 17th – 26th March. It will allow players to complete one 10-Player Transfer for free, though it’s worth noting players from Dream Festival and Dream Collection are not available in this.

There will also be numerous Celebration Event Missions to tackle from today until 27th March where players will be able to earn even more Dreamballs, SSR Black Balls and Legendary Drills. Similarly, there will also be a celebratory Story Mode where players can earn medals that can be exchanged for SSR Transfer Tickets, UR All-Purpose Coach Max and UR Roberto’s Notebook MAX.

Finally, also running until 27th March players will have a chance to get Robert Hungo from his active era. Beyond that, Genzo Wakabayashi will also appear as a new player.

Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It’s a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.
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