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Jump Games and Reliance Communications out to find the ‘Don’ of gamers

29-December-2006
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Jump Games and Reliance Communications out to find the ‘Don’ of gamers

Jump Games and Reliance Communications have announced the launch of a nationwide mega mobile contest – ‘Don Kaun’ – on the Reliance Mobile World platform. Gamers will have to play select 10 games available at R World and upload their highest scores from which the winners would be selected. Among the various prizes on offer is a date with film star Sameera Reddy.

The contest will sport Jump Games’ 10 mobile games that include popular titles like ‘Sameera the Street Fighter’, ‘Bappi Da Disco King’, ‘Run Maddy Run’ and ‘Baichung Bhutia – Pro Striker’ as well as a few international titles like ‘Maradona’ and ‘Van Damme Kick Boxing’.

Salil Bhargava, CEO, Jump Games, said, “Mobile gaming is on a steady rise in India and this countrywide contest on Reliance Mobile World is an excellent platform to reach out to our audiences. We have some of our best games up for the ‘Don Kaun’ contest and we hope that people have a good time playing them and of course, winning prizes that are up for grabs.”

Mahesh Prasad, President, Application Solutions and Content Group, Reliance Communications, said, “Reliance Mobile’s innovative sachet-based pricing for mobile games has created a large mobile gaming community within the Reliance network. The ‘Don Kaun’ contest is sure to create excitement among our subscribers.”

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