Che Fu and Alan Bell have become the winners of the PS Vita Vodafone Charity Challenge. Che and Alan had fought against the rival teams (Thomas Abercrombie and Gerard Campbell; Ben Matulino and Siobahan Keogh; Manu Vatuvei and John Lai) on 11th July in a spectacular race style contest.
Each team had to participate in a series of challenges which featured a set of PS Vita games and 3G enabled social applications such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Skype. After very tough competition and neck to neck fight, Alan and Che bagged the winner’s position. They got the check of $1000 and are going to use it for their Charity, Canteen which is an organization which supports the youngsters suffering with cancer.
David Hine, Director of Sales and Marketing of Sony Computer Entertainment, New Zealand Vita stated that the addictive and portable game play of PlayStation had four teams fighting fiercely on the PS Vita. The Vodafone’s high speed 3G networks is needed to enable users to have splendid quality while they remain connected with their PlayStation, their friends and games whenever and wherever they want.
Vodafone is the preferred 3G connectivity provider for PS Vita in New Zealand. This 3G connectivity from Vodafone will also ensure that the users can have PS Vita 3G/Wi-Fi so that they remain connected to their friends.
Since the launch of PlayStation in New Zealand, more than 175,000 consoles have been shipped there. Play Station Portable have been favorite in New Zealand and it has been sold over 200,000 units there.