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Play With Your Food Using KFC Gamer’s Box

Discussion in 'Tech Board' started by OUTL4W, Jul 28, 2017.

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    Limited-edition 5-in-1 Gamer's Box 2.0 (via KFC)


    Go ahead, play with your food.

    KFC this week unveiled Gamer’s Box 2.0: “A convenient, no-mess meal box with built-in gaming controls.”

    The limited-edition twist on KFC’s popular chicken chest comes with a can of Mountain Dew (from partner PepsiCo), a smartphone mount, and two halves of a game pad.

    The Gamer’s Box 2.0 “brings the best of both worlds—gaming and finger lickin’ good chicken—to consumers,” KFC India Chief Marketing Officer Lluis Ruiz Ribot said in a statement.

    “It gives gaming enthusiasts a chance to not just indulge in their favorite KFC 5-in-1 meal box,” he continued. “But also enjoy uninterrupted gaming, without worrying about messy food or grimy screens.”



    For a chance to snag the limited-edition Gamer’s Box 2.0 (it’s unclear whether there was ever a Gamer’s Box 1.0), visit KFC India or Mountain Dew on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Then tag a gaming-obsessed friend who deserves to win (or who you know will gift the box back to you). Ten players will have a chance to win the … unique product.

    Everyone else can pick up the KFC Mountain Dew Gamer’s Meal Box at participating KFC India restaurants or order one online.

    Details on pricing and possible availability outside the country are not yet available.

    “Gaming in India is gaining exponential popularity across platforms,” Naseeb Puri, associate director of Mountain Dew, PepsiCo India, said. This partnership, she added, “is a reiteration of our commitment to gaming and e-sports” across the Asian nation.

    KFC took an odd turn into gadgetry a few years ago, introducing the Tray Typer, a paper-thin Bluetooth keyboard handed out with food trays. The company followed up with its Watt-a-Box smartphone charging station. Earlier this month, KFC China marked its anniversary with a branded smartphone.


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