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Team Sun & TCS win the Bangalore round of ‘DQ, Will you Click’ 2010

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Team Sun & TCS win the Bangalore round of ‘DQ, Will you Click’ 2010

After conducting the first ever ‘DQ, Will you Click’ quiz in Mumbai on March 11, the exchange4media Group conducted the second round in Bangalore on March 12. The Bangalore round was won by the Sun & TCS team. Winners of the Mumbai and Bangalore rounds will now compete against each other in the finals, which will be held in Delhi on March 19, 2010.

The winner of the Mumbai round was the team comprising Praneeth Reddy of Media Contacts and Zapak’s Eklavya Bhattacharya. The ‘DQ, Will you Click’ quiz covers all aspects of the digital sector such as Internet, mobile, gaming, animation and technology, among others.

The second round of the DQ Quiz started with 15 teams comprising two members each. The teams had to go through a written round, following which the four teams for the final round were selected.

Mahesh Murthy of Pinstorm and Manish Vij of Quasar Media were the quizmasters for the evening.

Team A comprised two participants from 22 Feet; Team B comprised participants from Dell; Team C comprised participants from Sun and TCS; while Team D was made up of participants from Yahoo and Green Lemon.

There were a total six rounds and each round consisted of four questions. After a very entertaining question and answer session, Team C (Sun and TCS) secured the first position, while the Team D (Yahoo and Green Lemon) came second. Team B (Dell) got the third spot by attempting a tie-breaker question.

The participants in the winning team were given a laptop each, while the second runner up got a digital camera each. The participants who came third were awarded with an MP3 player each.

Microsoft Advertising is the presenting sponsor for ‘DQ, Will you Click’ 2010, while Zapak and 160by2 are the co-sponsors. Bloomberg UTV is the broadcast sponsor. The other sponsors include e-Zone and Tyroo, while Rashi Entertainment is the event partner. Stylekandy is the style partner.

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Team Zapak & Media Contacts win the Mumbai round of ‘DQ, Will you Click’ 2010


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