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With many staying at home due to the current circumstances, I believe what we miss the most is street food. We can’t get all the tasty snacks we would usually indulge ourselves in, which in turn financially hurts these sellers.
However, technology has been able to help the old and new, and Tiger took the initiative to help keep these vendors on their feet. After all, what’s better than street food and a cold one?
But this time around, it’s a challenge due to social distancing, so Tiger took it to the next level by building a virtual world where you can experience tasty food, play games, hangout with your friends, all from the safety of your home
Welcome to Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival.
Yes, Tiger made an entire virtual world which you can explore. The first thing you’ll do is create your virtual avatar. Once you’ve entered your name, you’ll start in Street Food Central, which acts as the main area.
There are a few things you can do here: Order drinks from the bar, play games, and even get recommended on what to eat. There’s an excellent initiative to play these games. The first 100 people to collect 8 hidden Tiger bottles in the Tiger Beer Hunt and first 88 individuals to score 300 points in the Mountain Climber Challenge stand to get RM5 vouchers.
These games comprise of ‘The Tiger Beer Hunt’ and ‘Tiger Crystal Mountain Climber Challenge’ hosted by Malaysian influencers Lizz Chloe aka. Dumpling Soda and Harvinth Skin, respectively.
In The Tiger Beer Hunt, Lizz Chloe will send you on a treasure-hunting trip to find bottles of Tiger Beer scattered around Street Food Central.
Tiger Crystal Mountain Climber Challenge will test your reflexes climbing a mountain while dodging snowballs, ledges, and Yetis. If you score top three by the end of November 2020, you’ll win a carton of Tiger Crystal in cans.
Exploring the three food streets in the festival.
So once you’re done getting a high score and collecting your vouchers, you can start heading into the three food streets located to the sides of the festival. The three options are Selangor Street, Penang Street, and Kuala Lumpur Street.
Each street consists of hawker stalls which allows you to order (real-life) food and get them delivered to your house as long as you’re 15 kilometres away from the vendors in real-life.
In total, there’ll be a total of 88 vendors populating these streets across 4 weeks, and some of them will even have Tiger beer-infused food. If you’re lazy to head back to the bar, you can also order cans of Tiger beer from these vendors on top of the food you’re ordering.
Combo meals will also come with a free set of Tiger Street Food chopsticks, and there are two designs you can collect.
There will even be crossover dishes like the Hainanburg, a collaboration between Yut Kee and myBurgerLab.
When can you get into the festival?
Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival will open its doors to the public starting 11 am on November 6, 2020, and it’s free to enter. The festival will open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday until November 29 from 11 am to 9 pm.
The first 10,000 people who signup will earn a free 320ml can of Tiger Crystal with any purchase from vendors in the festival. Additionally, the first 1,000 people who refer five friends via a referral code will be rewarded with a free six-pack Tiger Crystal.
You can also catch Namewee’s performance for the festival He can be found in Street Food Central every Friday to Sunday from 11am to 9pm until the festival ends.
To signup for the festival, click the link here.
See you at the festival!
***The Tiger Street Food Virtual Festival is strictly for non-Muslims aged 21 and above only. Remember to always drink responsibly and in moderation. Do not drink and drive.
ที่มา : Mashable