Castrol-KT shake hands to offer IPL viewers Predict a Match Contest’
Filed on September 18, 2020 | Last updated on September 18, 2020 at 08.53 pm
As leading engine oil brand Castrol MAGNATEC ignites the IPL extravaganza through a winning tie-up with Khaleej Times, car owners and the newspaper’s readers stand a chance to bag a Castrol MAGNATEC gift hamper by predicting the daily champion match team!
With the Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket fever perpetually raising the adrenaline rush among UAE residents, the world’s leading engine oil brand Castrol is all set to ignite this extravaganza through a smashing tie-up with media magnet Khaleej Times, to make this epic cricket war incredibly irresistible.
Castrol lubricants, the name that is synonymous with liquid engineering, has joined hands with Khaleej Times, to bring to all car owners a ‘Predict the Match Winner’ contest. IPL fans can now enter the contest after it is declared open on the newspaper’ssocial media channels for the day, and stand a grand chance to win a Castrol MAGNATEC gift hamper daily! All that the readers need to do is enter their predictions on the winning IPL team, and wait till the successful predictors are announced after the match is over. Champion winners will then get a chance to be photographed with their Castrol MAGNATEC gift hampers, which will also be published later in the week.
As cricket’s richest tournament IPL 2020 is ready to roll out in the UAE -- from September 19 to November 10 -- fans all over the Middle East are looking forward to the rollercoaster ride the tournament offers. With the 53 matches, including the final on November 10, all set to be played across Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi, there contest offers the opportunity to cricket lovers make the most of their gut feeling and analysis and put it to test. Each participant is only allowed to make one entry per match and the contest is open to cricket fans from UAE, Bahrain and Oman. Winners will be contacted by the Khaleej Times team to arrange the collection of their gift hampers and have their photo clicked and posted on Khaleej Times and Castrol Middle East facebook and Instagram pages.