SUPER Cool Stuff’s Spot the Ball competition which will see winners walking away with a brand new Range Rover Sport car and US$20 000 cash is set on launch in Zimbabwe next week on July 26.
Spot the Ball competitions are a widely recognized, fun and challenging way to enter a prize competition.
Super Cool Stuff is operated by Lily Black Limited, a United Kingdom-based company and is operating the Spot the Ball game.
The competition is covering 13 regional countries which include Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Kenya, Mali, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Entrants will be shown a photograph that does not contain a ball and they must then use their skill and judgment to determine where they think the centre of the ball should be by marking the spot with a click; their chosen spot will be recorded as (X; Y) coordinates.
The entrant with the spot closest to the one agreed upon by a panel of adjudicators made up of Ex-Premiership footballers who are Benjani Mwaruwari as the lead adjudicator, Nwankwo Kanu, El Hadji Diouf, Emmanuel Eboue, Steven Pienaar, Lucas Radebe, and Christopher Samba.
Addressing journalists in Harare during the pre-launch event, Super Cool Stuff creator and curator officer Mr. Nigel Daura explained how the new game works.
Mr. Daura said Super Cool Stuff is all about having fun, spreading joy with dream cars plus cash prizes, and raising funds for worthy charitable causes and creating value.
“Super Cool Stuff is a game of skill competition with a Spot the Ball mechanic. The winner will get a brand new Range Rover Sport and US$20 000 cash but for us to do that we need to sell 150 000 tickets at US$9. 25 but the pre-launch ticket sales are going for US$7.
“We are looking for people who have got skill and understanding in football and the competition will run weekly. If two or more people win, we will send them pictures on which they can play privately until only one person wins. We also have referral prices to those who would have referred their family, relatives, and friends to play the game and they win,” he said.
The competition is expected to run continuously, with the Range Rover Sport and a US$ 20 000 prize money given away every week.
Lily Black Limited is committed to giving at least 10 percent of all the revenues generated by the Super Cool Stuff Dream car competitions to worthy charitable causes including and not limited to the following groups: The Poor, The Homeless, The Disabled, Orphans, Widows, Disaster Survivors, Prisoners, Hospital Patients, Students, Churches, Rural Developers and Animal & Nature Conservation Communities.
The funds will be managed and distributed by the NMD Charitable Trust.