GrabFood partners with Riot Games for VALORANT Champions Tour Pacific League 2023, making it the official Online Food Delivery Partner of the esports event in the Philippines.
The highlight of the partnership is the GrabUnlimited (GU) Unli-Buhat Challenge, where four lucky players and their chosen companions get the experience of a lifetime: a trip to Seoul, South Korea to witness the VALORANT Champions Tour (VCT) Pacific League 2023 during the finals week happening in May.
Grand winners of the challenge are going to receive round-trip tickets for two, accommodation allowance, and exclusive backstage and event passes. To get started, participants can visit the “Challenges” icon on the Grab app and select “Unli-Buhat to VCT Seoul.” Once the details have been reviewed, they can click the “Accept Challenge” button and start ordering on GrabFood for a chance to win a spot on the special trip.
GrabUnlimited gives gamers the ultimate sulit hack – offering an everyday free delivery fee as well as exclusive food deals. Depending on their gaming and food cravings, they can pursue the Unli-Buhat challenge and make the most out of their GrabFood experience. The Unli-Buhat Challenge is open to all GU subscribers until 15 April 2023.
Grab Philippines Director for Deliveries Greg Camacho shares:
“We are happy to partner with Riot Games for VCT Pacific League 2023 as we offer GrabUnlimited – our ultimate sulit delivery hack – to all gamers who depend on reliable delivery services. With GU, VAL players and all other esports athletes can focus on winning and leveling up – no more pausing the game to prep food cravings. So to all up-and-coming esports champs, just keep your head in the game and let GU cover all your food delivery needs. Make the most of your gaming experience with GrabUnlimited.”
Participants of the GrabUnlimited Unli-Buhat Challenge can also win surprise VALORANT in-game items like sprays, gun buddies, and player cards. In-game items will be awarded on March 31, while the grand prize winners will be announced on April 22. Winners will be notified via email and the Grab App message inbox.
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Grab is a leading superapp in Southeast Asia, operating across the deliveries, mobility and digital financial services sectors. Serving over 500 cities in eight Southeast Asian countries – Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam – Grab enables millions of people everyday to order food or groceries, send packages, hail a ride or taxi, pay for online purchases or access services such as lending and insurance, all through a single app. Grab was founded in 2012 with the mission to drive Southeast Asia forward by creating economic empowerment for everyone, and strives to serve a triple bottom line: to simultaneously deliver financial sustainability and have a positive social and environmental impact in Southeast Asia