Itel Kenya unveils Pass Ball Challenge, upto 80k up for grabs

Itel Kenya has announced a new challenge giving a chance for participants to showcase their football skills. Dubbed ‘’Pass Ball Campaign’’ which started on 14th June participants will also get a chance to be Bongo star Diamon’s team member. (Remember Itel recently announced Diamond Platnumz, as their new brand ambassador)

In addition, the final 3 winners stand a chance to win Ksh 80, 000 for the 1st Runners up,  Ksh 50, 000 for the 2nd Runners and Ksh 30,000 for the 3rd Runners.

The challenge is open to young people from across the country.  

To enter the challenge, all you need to do is Shoot a 10-30 seconds creative video of you juggling the ball with your feet and pass the ball out of screen at last. Upload the video on Facebook and Vskit and tag friends to join and like your video and the Itel Kenya page. 

Itel says the ball could be a soccer ball or something like a ball, such as roll toilet paper etc. Remember to use the hashtag #PepetaWithP37 for easy tracking. 

This Itel Kenya ball challenge started on 14th June and will run until 12th July. 

The challenge is among the campaigns Itel is running to promote the recently launched Itel P37 device.  The phone comes with a 6.5-Inch waterdrop display coupled with a screen resolution of 1600 x 720 pixels and an aspect ratio of 20.5:9.

The Itel A37 runs on Android 10 (Go edition) and comes with a 1.4 GHz Octa-core, Cortex-A55 processor, a Spreadtrum UniSoC chipset coupled and 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage of 32GB. 

For the cameras, P37 comes with a dual rear camera setup comprising of 8MP + 0.3MP sensors that can shoot videos in 720p. The selfie camera is 5MP. The phone is powered by a removable Lithium-Polymer 5,000mAh.

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