THE EUROPEAN CENTRAL Bank (ECB) launched an online game this week to explain the features of a new €10 note that is to be released in January.Competition Twenty of the highest scoring players will win €5 VIP banknotes from the Europa series which will be personally signed by the ECB President Mario Draghi. 80 runners-up will receive a commemorative €10 banknote from the first series.Only European Union residents over 18-years-old are eligible to play the game. Players have to uncover four of the security features and also guess the number of euro banknotes in circulation in the euro area on 31 December 2013. The competition is open now and closes at 10.59 pm GMT on 12 January 2014.Christine Graeff, Director General for Communications and Language Services at the ECB said: The new €10 banknote will be unveiled on 13 January 2014 and start circulating later in the year.To play the game please click here.Read: Irish banks still a source of ‘some concern’ says Mario Draghi> Read: Steady as she goes: ECB holds interest rate at record low of 0.25 per cent> The euro is the most visible and internationally known symbol of a united Europe.334 million people use euro banknotes every day. This game is a fun way to remind all of us to take a closer look at them.