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Shopee launches newest in-app game, Shopee Slice

Shopee launches a brand new in-app game, Shopee Slice, featuring a simple yet addictive gameplay, where users are challenged to slice as many gift boxes as possible during a limited time period, and consequently, stand to win Shopee gift certificates worth up to ₱3000 when they top the leaderboard. 

Shopee launches newest in-app game, Shopee Slice
From Oct. 11 to 17, shop the Mega Orange Day sale featuring up to 90% discounts, flash deals, and free shipping with lowered minimum spend.​
Shopee Slice will debut on Oct. 12 in line with the launch of Mega Orange Day and will be available for users to play until Oct. 17.

Shopee is the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan.

“Games have proven to be highly popular among Filipinos, and we launched Shopee Slice in line with this trend. Shopee is committed to continuously innovating and improving our platform, and in-app games are one way in which we go beyond the conventional product-purchase model to enhance the overall shopping experience. Shopee Slice offers users an exciting new way to earn rebates in the form of Shopee coins and vouchers.and we hope that our users will enjoy the game,” said Terence Pang, Chief Operating Officer at Shopee. 

From Oct. 11 to 14, users can look forward to deals up to 90% off from four category days featuring Electronics, Health & Beauty, Fashion, and Home & Living. This leads up to the biggest sale on Oct. 15 to 17, where there will be 72 hours of free shipping, all day vouchers, ₱100 deals, and flash deals happening four times each day.

For more information on the Mega Orange Day, visit https://shopee.ph/mega-orange-day.

Download the Shopee app for free on the App Store or Google Play Store.

Topics: Shopee , Shopee Slice , Mega Orange Day , Terence Pang
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