Kwality Wall’s, Zapak launch gaming league

MUMBAI: Kwality Wall’s and Zapak have launched the second edition ‘Paddle Pop Gaming League’ (PPGL).

On the lines of the IPL (each city having its league), PPGL is hosted in six cities namely Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Kolkata, wherein each city will have its league.

Same as last year’s format, the tournament would be played on four games based on Paddle Pop brand character and his new ‘Pyrata’ adventure theme. Online preliminaries that are open now ends on 24 May. Children register and play all the four games in their city league on

The Top 100 scorers from each city on 24 May qualify for the city finals to be held at the ‘Zapak Gameplex’ across the six cities on 30 and 31 May. The top 5 scorers of the city league would represent their city at the national finals to be held on 7 June at ‘Nirmal Lifestyle Mall’ in Mumbai.

“PPGL has allowed us to engage with the online kids’ community and bring ‘Paddle Pop’ online and on-ground. With Zapak as our strategic partner, we created this property last year,” says Kwality Wall’s category head Punit Misra.

Winners stand a chance to appear on Cartoon Network and win Xbox consoles, Play station portables (PSPs) & prizes from Giny & Jony, EA and Zapak Games.

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