Batelco's 'Duel Game' prize winners have been announced

The service is an online game for select subscribers.
'Duel Game' prize winners with Batelco staff
'Duel Game' prize winners with Batelco staff


For those subscribed to Batelco's 'Fact of the Day' service, the Bahraini firm announced over 50 winners in its 'Duel Game' activity.

This exciting and educational service for its customers was launched back in May. It aims to provide customers with daily messages including various facts and information across different categories such as entertainment, sports, Bahrain's history and science. To make it fun, subscribers can opt to join the 'Duel Game', an online game in which two players compete on a set of questions based on the information they receive from the 'Fact of the Day' service.

Its scoring system depends on the number of correct answers during the various rounds, where the top scorer of every day, week and month is identified and the winners are announced on the game's website. At the end of the competition, a cash prize of more than BD5,000 is up for grabs for the user who accumulates the most points. The 'Fact of the Day' service is free for subscribers for the first 7 days however a fee applies thereafter.

On August 4, a reception was held at Batelco to commemorate winners of the game. Members of Batelco's management met and congratulated them on their triumph, encouraging them to continue playing in order to increase their chances of winning the big prize. Cash prizes for the winners will be transferred directly to their bank account.

The competition is set to continue until November 2019 giving participants ample time and opportunity to win the big prize.

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