‘e-xpress Interactive’ Announces Grand Promotion of Metal Gear Bike Worth 8 Lakhs!
Register & Get A Chance to Win Triumph Bonneville T100 Motorcycle!
E-xpress Interactive Software Pvt Ltd, the leading distributor of video game software in India has announced today, a grand promotional activity to launch Konami’s new game Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. In line with the same, a contest website ‘Metalgearbike.com’ is launched today and is live up, where you can register to win Triumph Bonneville T100 Motorcycle worth ? 8 lacs. The website also has the details about the game. The one who registers for it will stand a chance to win the gorgeous Triumph Bonneville T100 Motorcycle for free.
This creative contour with Triumph is thematically linked with Konami’s Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain game, which is available in India from today on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, XBOX one, XBOX 360 and PC. The Bonneville T100 Motorcycle is highly inspired by Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain as the motorcycle is ridden by the cult protagonist in the game called – ‘SNAKE’.
To celebrate the launch of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, e-xpress, today will showcase the brand new Bonneville T100 Triumph Motorcycle at Oberoi Mall, Mumbai. The Motorcycle stands for an incredible colossal give away to all who registers for it and one lucky individual will hold a chance to win the motorcycle. There is no fee and purchase imposed to enter the contest. The entry to the event is also free and open for all.
As a fan, you will also get an opportunity to pose with the Motorcycle with the theme aura surrounded by Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. The activity is a day-long event where there will be a hands on experience given to Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain gameplay.
Participants are requested to follow few easy steps to register. Click here now http://www.metalgearbike.com/ to make the most of this glorious opportunity of wining your very own dream Motorcycle!
The lucky winner who will win the bike will be announced later on 20th December 2015 on www.MetalGearBike.com