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MENAFN - Muscat Daily - 03/06/2014
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(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) Dhofar Automotive brings you Dodge Game On! 2014 a driving simulator event not only will get your adrenalin pumping but gives you a chance to win a Dodge Challenger SRT8 or a Dodge Charger 3.6lt.

Built and setup to deliver a pulsating behind-the-wheel experience on a gaming console, yet to be launched in the Middle East, the Dodge Game On! 2014 is sure to tear the virtual tarmac from May 30 till June 21. The event will host qualifying rounds in Sohar, Nizwa, Salalah and Muscat, and culminate in final rounds to be held in the capital at the Muscat City Centre, Seeb.

Dodge Game On! 2014 provides an all driving and gaming enthusiast an opportunity to compete on some of the most famous courses in the world with a hands-on feeling that nearly rivals the real thing. Using the latest game in gaming technology from XBOX and Forza Motorsport, the experience is designed to be remarkable with true-to-life graphics and real-world car controls in the gaming arena, Dodge Game On! 2014 is the gaming event to look forward to. ''It will be the first time that an event of this scale will be held in the sultanate.

We are anticipating a massive response from racing as well as gaming enthusiasts across the country. With the chance to win a Dodge Challenger SRT8, this event should generate a huge response and interest amongst participants and will be packed to the brim with excitement for all,'' commented Piroshah Nowroji, marketing and product manager of Dhofar Automotive.

The rules and regulations of the game and the event in totality are extremely comprehensive and user-friendly. Anyone who has the ability, willingness and skills for the game is most welcome to participate.

The participants should be at least 5ft or 150cm tall in order to reach all contact points of the simulator. Cars, Courses and Laps will be pre-decided by Dhofar Automotive and the top timings in the qualifying rounds will enter the quarterfinals and will consequently compete for the first, second, third and fourth positions in the final challenge.

 


Muscat Daily




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