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Recreating battles: The game show aims to promote TV series ‘Dogfights’ on History Channel and impart local flavour to it.
Recreating battles: The game show aims to promote TV series ‘Dogfights’ on History Channel and impart local flavour to it.

Madhur Tankha

A gaming extravaganza to be organised in the Capital

NEW DELHI: A unique game show is being organised at Ministry of Sound in Vasant Kunj here on Friday for trigger-happy guys and fast car driving girls.

Described as the biggest gaming extravaganza, “Dogfights Gaming Nights” promises to give the participants an edge-of-the-seat thrill. The show promises to be an entertaining one and will give an opportunity to all the participants to challenge their colleagues and trounce their friends and enemies.

The participants will experience the very best of shooter games such as “Medal of Honour -- Airborne”, “Army of Two” and “Battlefield 2142” that provide a direct connect to the series’ overriding theme.

The History Channel is organising this unique show to promote its TV series “Dogfights”. Those enthusiastic about the show can log on to Ibibo.com/dofights.com to register for it.

Viewers can now pit themselves against other gamers and display their gaming skills to take home exciting prizes like merchandise from the channel. Viewers can also catch real-life footage on the channel once they have conquered the world on their computer screens.

Recreating famous battles using state-of-the-art computer graphics, “Dogfights” is the channel’s most popular series. Watching the series, viewers feel like they are in the middle of a battlefield, facing their sworn enemies. Stating that the show “Dogfights Gaming Nights” was an on-ground initiative aimed at injecting a local flavour to the channel’s on-air programme,

Rajesh Sheshadri of The History Channel says: “We constantly strive to provide our viewers with entertaining content and advertisers with innovative platforms to fully and effectively engage their customers.”

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