Property developer launches fun-filled games with exciting prizes

BANKING on the popularity of Korean Netflix series Squid Game, Matrix Concepts will be hosting a digital marketing campaign involving a fun-filled Malaysian adaptation of the show.

The objective is to show the brand as a community and lifestyle developer and players will enjoy loads of fun, surprises and prizes.There will be nine rounds of exciting virtual games that will be split over three weeks — tomorrow, Nov 6 and Nov 13.

The Game Challenge will be held live on the Matrix Facebook page at 2pm.Players in this challenge will be eliminated during each round so they will need to win to qualify for the next game and continue to ‘survive’ until the last match to win prizes.

There is also a pre-game of Stop the Guli to get people to play and register themselves.

All participants qualified to enter the main game will be confirmed via email.

How do you qualify?

> Follow and “like” the Matrix Concepts Facebook page,

> Play Stop the Guli on the Facebook page (,

> Tag three friends in the comment box,

> Submit your entry.

Participants will get an email confirming their spot in the pre-game. They will be notified if they are qualified to join the main game once the organiser completes the verification process.

There are prizes worth up to RM10,000 to be won with an increase in prizes if the number of players go up.

During the live stream, the audience can support their players via a live poll session.

Those who participate in this activity stand a chance of taking part in lucky draws at the end of the live session.

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