Acer ropes in Chhetri for new contest

Acer India ropes in Sunil Chhetri for new contest

December 23, 2023

Acer India has introduced a gaming competition in collaboration with Indian football captain Sunil Chhetri, titled ‘Score with Sunil’. The campaign invites gamers to dive into the world of football through a unique gaming experience available on the Google Play Store starting December 24, 2023. Participants can download the ‘Score with Sunil’ game and exhibit their skills in penalty shootouts, competing to score as many goals as possible within a set time frame.

Gamers can download and install the game and play as Sunil Chhetri in any football game featuring FC Bengaluru or Team India. Participants are encouraged to record their gameplay and share it on their Instagram stories, tagging Acer India and using the hashtags #AcerScoreWithSunil and #AcerIndiaContest.

Top performers in the competition will receive exciting prizes. The player in the first place on the game’s exclusive leaderboard will get an Acer gaming laptop, while the second-place player will receive Acer accessories. Those ranked third to tenth will be rewarded with Acer merchandise. In addition, Acer India and Sunil Chhetri will choose the top goals, and the winners will be presented with an Acer laptop.

Sooraj Balakrishnan, Head of Marketing, Acer India, commented:

We are excited about the collaboration with India Football Captain Sunil Chhetri for the “Score with Sunil” contest. This initiative offers a fun gaming experience for football enthusiasts and reflects our dedication to connecting with our audience through innovative methods. We eagerly anticipate witnessing the gaming community’s enthusiasm and skills showcased in this thrilling contest.

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