Switzerland, England, Spain, Egypt – like every Football Pro, Mo Salah is globetrotting all the time. In 2019, his teammates filmed Mo while he was taking a nap on the team´s jet. The viral video only made the "Egyptian King" more adorable to his fans. But what is the King to do on an airplane when he is not sleeping? Well, playing FIFA, of course. Indigaming´s new POGA Pro Case makes it possible.
If you think that a room, or at least a TV is needed to use the PlayStation 4, you are in for a surprise. The POGA Case can comfortably be put on an airplane table. Not even the stewardess knows that Mo Salah is packing high tech gear in a small package. From the outside, the POGA Pro looks like an elegant business suitcase – one that can be transported very easily, that is. But inside beats the heart of a state of the art gaming console. Whether you want to use PlayStation 4 Slim, PlayStation 4 Pro or Xbox One X: The POGA Cases are fitted perfectly for the dimensions of your console, so everything stays in place. High end materials guaranty maximum protection even on bumpy flights.
Plugging the console in only takes a few seconds, and thanks to the wireless controllers you do not have to fumble with the cables in a tight space. In no time Mo Salah his ready to put his virtual doppelganger on the field in FIFA 20. The Golden Boy from Egypt is not known for bragging. Nevertheless, he was immortalized with a golden Player Card in the new FIFA, and counts among the top 10 players in the whole game.
This will come as no surprise for his fans. The 27 year old has already had an amazing career. Everything began in the small village of Nagrig, where Salah started playing at the age of 11. In 2010, he gave his debut in Egypt´s Premier League. It was not long until this rising star went international. From 2012 to 2014 he was playing for FC Basel. He was even awarded the title "Swiss Football Player of the Year" 2013. Many more honors like this would follow. After great success in Florence and Rome, FC Liverpool bought the forward player for the record sum of 42 Million Euros. This investment has already paid for itself: In 2018, Salah celebrated his 32nd Premier League goal. The very same year, he helped Egypt´s National Team to its first World Cup nomination in 28 years.
Winning the World Cup for Egypt remains a dream. But on the virtual turf, Mo Salah can already practice for this goal. And thanks to his new POGA Pro Case he can do so while flying. Salah is not the only player who enjoys a match on the airplane. In his Instagram Post, sports manager Bruno Santos demonstrates how well the POGA Case fits into the cabin. With this Portable Gaming Device, time passes quickly – even on long distance flights.