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LG Egypt partners with Al Abakera fierce game show
Published in Amwal Al Ghad on 17 - 12 - 2018

LG Egypt on Sunday launched new corporate social responsibility initiative by partnering with Al Abakera (The Geniuses) game show, granting the winners a trip of a lifetime to South Korea. The trip offers a chance to experience what South Korea has to offer and witness LG's revolutionary technology.
Al Abakera, the game show with the largest money prize of any game show in the Middle East, is a reality edutainment competition between high schools and universities competing to claim the winning title, and every time a student answers a question correctly, the entire school system wins a cash prize. The show's latest season launched under the auspices of the Ministry of Education and Technical Education on Thursday, November 29 on Al Kahera Wal Nas and is set to witness fierce competition between 32 public and private schools from all governorates that are going head-to-head.
“LG is a consumer first organization, and we have an obligation to give back to society” said Don Kwack, LG Egypt's managing director.
“Egypt has so many talented and promising youth which the reason behind our latest partnership with Al Abakera. This is a unique CSR approach for LG that aims at enhancing education in Egypt but also urges young minds to take part in this competition for a chance to further support their schools."
In addition to encouraging young people to read and learn about many and different themes which contributes to their cultural and scientific capabilities, LG chose to support this program because it creates a new mechanism for students to demonstrate excitement to learn about various scientific and literary fields. The show's live audience will also be asked to take part in a competition for a chance to win LG competitive products.
Four winners of the upcoming season hosting universities and two seasons hosting high schools, in addition to the best player of these seasons, will win a trip to Seoul, South Korea, awarded by LG where they will enjoy the country's cultural attractions and get a chance to indulge into LG's homeland for an exclusive tour of the company's factory and an insightful journey into LG's latest revolutionary technology.


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