Dubai police hold mock video game football tournament for inmates


Dubai: Dubai inmates enjoyed FIFA and PES – a simulation video game tournament – hosted by Dubai Police inside Al Awir Central Prison.

According to Major General Ali Al Shamali, director of the General Department of Penitentiary and Penitentiary Institutions of the Dubai Police, the football video game simulation tournament was part of the Dubai Police’s continued efforts to organize sports programs for the inmates in order to improve their physical condition and maintain their and physical health.

“The tournament was launched in coordination and collaboration with the Dubai Police Community Initiative ‘Positive Spirit’ which uses sport to consolidate the values ​​of tolerance, coexistence and dialogue among all members of society,” Major General Al Shamali said in a statement. statement today.

Dubai Police said detainees are participating in different programs to improve their physical condition. These include soccer, handball, and volleyball tournaments, in addition to martial arts lessons, including jiu-jitsu, boxing, and karate.

Fatima Buhajeer, General Coordinator of ‘Positive Spirit’, said: “The winners of the Dubai Police PES and FIFA tournaments have received cash prizes sponsored by the Dubai Police Council for determined individuals.


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