Come to Fed Square in Melbourne on Saturday 18 January 2014 to enter Kia Motors Australia’s ‘Game On’ competition. Win great prizes and become Australia’s #1 Virtual Tennis Player.
Kia Motors Australia presents ‘Game On’. Are you Australia’s #1 virtual tennis player?
To celebrate the Australian Open, on Saturday 18th January 2014 from 1:30pm, it will be ‘Game On’ at Fed Square in Melbourne, when Kia Motors crowns a new sports legend – Australia’s #1 Virtual Tennis Player.
‘Game On’ is the interactive ‘virtual’ tennis app that challenges players to use their mobile phone to return the world’s fastest tennis serve from world-record holder Sam Groth.
Download the app
First of all download the app:
When you’ve downloaded the app you have to register to be able to win prizes. Follow the simple registration instructions within the app.
How to Play
Being part of the ‘Game On’ action is simple: download Kia’s ‘Game On’ tennis app; hold your phone tightly to practice returning your ‘virtual’ serve against Australian tennis star Sam Groth; and last but not least, check the app to see your score!
To Play at Home
- Open the app – get the Waiting For Serve screen
- Wait for Kia ‘Game On’ TV ad or go to Kia website to play the virtual serve
- Hold your phone tightly like a tennis racket
- When the virtual serve is about to begin a countdown clock starts in the top right hand corner of the TV screen
- When the clock reaches 0 get ready for the serve
- Swing your arm holding the phone as though returning the serve with a racket
- A well timed shot with adequate power will achieve a higher score.
Good luck. Remember hold the phone tightly!
‘Game On’ Event at fed Square from 1:30pm Saturday 18 January
With the chance to compete for cash, prizes and ultimate glory, ‘Game On’ will culminate at Fed Square on Saturday 18 January 2014 from 1:30pm with a record-breaking attempt at the world’s biggest ‘virtual’ tennis tournament, hosted by Australia’s most watched sport presenter Mark Beretta.
One lucky ‘Game On’ player will emerge victorious as Australia’s #1 Virtual Tennis Player. In addition to the title and grand prize of $5,000 cash, the ‘Game On’ champion will win the chance to hit the big-time, in a real-world tennis match-up against Sam Groth during the Australian Open at Melbourne Park.
According to Tony Barlow – COO, Kia Australia, ‘Game On’ is literally a game-changer: “The app will really enhance consumer enjoyment of the tennis at home in a way that has never been done before.”
Kia is inviting tennis fans to join Mark Beretta on 18 January at Fed Square from 1.30 – 3.30 pm to be part of the ‘Game On’ virtual tennis tournament. Australia’s #1 virtual Tennis Player will emerge victorious and all players will be part of a world-record breaking attempt to stage the biggest virtual tennis tournament ever.