Get started with the pandapro Cup and win big cash prizes
The game is launched as foodpanda launches its pandapro Cup where virtual teams will compete for the chance to win big cash prizes and the chance to play against other pros.
A total prize pool of 170,000 P awaits the various teams who will emerge victorious from the Valorant tournaments which will be broadcast live on the foodpanda Facebook page every Saturday at 5 pm. Applicable to all new and existing foodpanda users, the match begins with Influencer Tournaments Showdown and Open in weeks two and three, with a prize pool of P 20,000 for both events. The activity will end on the fourth week of the Play-Offs with a total of P110.00 prize pool in play. To join the very first tournament of the pandapro Cup, form a team with 5 Valorant players, subscribe to pandapro and complete the registration on pandapro Cup G-Drive Link. Team registration closes September 25, the next open tournament will be October 2, and the championships will be October 9-10. Live viewers will also have the chance to win exclusive pandapro x Bren Esports merchandise.
With its partnership with Bren Esports, the nation’s leading esports organization, foodpanda is entering the gaming space to fuel these online victories. foodpanda offers many menu choices from favorite restaurants and the convenience of fast, efficient delivery to their doorstep.
In addition, pandapro offers exclusive benefits and discounts to members any day of the week. “Gamers can focus on crunch time before enjoying their meals with our foodpanda deliveries, so they can maximize their on-screen playing time. In addition, pandapro makes their food cravings more accessible thanks to our good deals, ”said Daniel Marogy, Managing Director of foodpanda. “With the pandapro Cup, we want to support the gaming community and help develop more world-class Filipino gaming talent. So hit mo na ‘yan and register for this exciting tournament and watch for other foodpanda game events, ”he added,
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