Parimatch News to launch a Teleport Quiz and fly five lucky winners to IPL 2021
Parimatch News launches a teleport quiz and taking the 5 lucky winners to fly to UAE to enjoy the second-half of the IPL.
20th August,2021, Parimatch News is all geared up to launch a teleport quiz and taking the five lucky winners to fly to UAE to enjoy the second-half of the IPL. The winners of the quiz will not only bag the title of the biggest league fanatic but also have a chance to be a part of the live audience and enjoy the semi-final/ final of IPL 2021 in the stadium.
The Indian audience has been extremely fond of the sport and highly enthusiastic about the game in real life as well as the Parimatch News portal and the brand lauds their zeal and spirit for the game. Thus the company is introducing this teleport contest and giving back to the Indian sport buffs as they get lucky and touch down on the Emirati lands for the big game.
Parimatch News team commented on this initiative:
“With the teleport quiz, we intend to cater to our Indian customers and provide them with a chance to get recognised and fly to UAE. We have always endeavoured to provide unique services in the space of entertainment and with the introduction of this contest, we plan to offer a golden chance and reflect our gratitude and love for the support from India. We are thankful for the cricket enthusiasts based in India to provide us with good traction and engagement, and thus we would like to give back to them with this opportunity of witnessing the second-half of the game in-person in UAE as a token of our affinity towards them!”
The contest is a way to get to patrons’ hearts and make them feel admired as the brand teleports them to the UAE and appreciates their support. Expanding its reach and integrating customers’ feedback, Parimatch News is all set to launch the fascinating teleport quiz and offer a one-of-a-kind opportunity to its audience to fly overseas for the live game.
Link to participate- www.teleport-in.com
*Please note that the main prize could be changed due to COVID-19 uncertainty.