Cube-solver? here's a chance to win big

Children of ages of 6 -14 can walk into Ampa Skywalk to register for the Rubik’s Cube Challenge. The finals will be held on June 12. The contest is held across five cities

Published: 19th May 2016 04:56 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th May 2016 04:56 AM   |  A+A-


CHENNAI: Landmark, one of the largest leisure and entertainment retailers in the country, hosts the season’s biggest Rubik’s Cube Challenge across five major cities starting May 20. In Chennai, the competition will be at Ampa Skywalk. Children between the ages of 6 and 14 can walk in to register.

The winner is declared on June 12 and is declared as the official Rubik’s Medallion holder by Funskool.  The first elimination round will be held from May 20-22. The second round will be from May 27-29 and the third round will be from June 3-5.

The finals will be held on June 12. Proved to increase your cognitive and problem-solving abilities, the Rubik’s cube helps in improving your eye-hand coordination, concentration and thought processing, according to a release.

It also teaches the power of patience, perseverance and focus in the process. Irrespective of the amount of time taken to unravel this cube, the joy of cracking the puzzle is unmatched.

Walk in to register now and stand a chance to win this exciting challenge exclusively at Landmark stores.

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