03 May 2017
As the temperature rises in the stadium, Monkey’s got its own league match going. From April 5th, 2017 to May 21st, 2017 one can participate in the ultimate prediction league and win great vouchers only at Monkey Bar, Kolkata (#901 A, Fort Knox, 6 Camac Street, Kolkata).
To play, one must use ‘The Prediction Card’ available at the gastropub and answer 5 questions about the on-going match. The person who correctly answers at least 3 out of the 5 questions, wins a voucher for 4 free Kingfisher beers redeemable on their next visit to only Monkey Bar, Kolkata.
To be eligible to participate, one must be present at Monkey Bar within the first 10 overs of the 1st innings.
So while the spinner may take the wickets, one can be the captain cool and play ‘helicopter shot’ to beat friends at this ultimate game of prediction! This game is open only to persons above the age of 21 years.
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