Qurban SG Challenge

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How many Qurban advertisements have you seen recently? As many as the number of posts about the upcoming election? Probably. Indeed we are seeing many more organisations, companies and individuals offering the Qurban service this year. This may well be due to the fact that this is the first time in many years that authorities in Singapore will not be bringing in sheep from Australia for Qurban at mosques like they usually do every year. COVID-19 has now made thousands of Muslims in Singapore consider other alternative arrangements to perform their yearly Ibadah Qurban.

Qurban.sg is one of the many organisations offering Qurban and we are very glad that many other organisations and individuals are doing the same. It is no doubt a heavy responsibility to serve the Muslims in Singapore and with many others coming on board, this huge responsibility can then be shared.

Each year, we will see many organisations and institutions educate the public about the significance and importance of performing the Qurban and how the distribution of meat from the Qurban will benefit those who are less fortunate. This year, Qurban.sg has launched the #qurbansgchallenge which aims to trigger the curiosity of both the young and the old. Using Augmented Reality (AR), Qurban.sg allows visitors at their website www.QURBAN.sg, to launch a camera interface using their mobile devices and see a sheep, goat or a cow appearing ‘in front of them.’

We aim that while having fun doing this challenge, it will become a conversational starter for parents to educate the young about Qurban and its significance.

To participate,

Step 1: Using your mobile device, visit www.QURBAN.sg. Tap on any animal photos you see. It will load an Augmented Reality camera interface.

Step 2: Use 2 fingers to pinch and adjust the size of the animal or rotate it, use 1 finger to drag and set the position of the animal.

Step 3: Take photo or video creatively and upload it in your Instagram or Facebook Feed and include the hashtag #qurbansgchallenge

The top ten most creative posts stand to win the following prizes:

1st Prize: 10.2-inch iPad Wi-Fi 32GB
Worth S$499.00
Use this brand new iPad for your video meetings, Home Based Learning or for play.

2nd Prize: Huawei P40 Pro Mobile Phone 256GB
Colour: Silver Frost
Dual SIM
Worth S$1,448
Use this amazing smartphone and take advantage of its high end camera and phone specifications.

3rd to 10th Prizes: Google Cardboard
Screen size: Up to 6 inches
Material: Cardboard
Worth S$21.00
Bring virtual reality to life with the official Google Cardboard. This quality viewer puts the world of VR right in your hands.

This Contest will run from 27 June 2020 (8.00pm) until 10 August 2020 (11.59pm). Qurban.sg reserves the right to change, postpone, reschedule or extend the Contest Period at any time without prior notice.

Follow Qurban.sg Instagram page to join the #qurbansgchallenge

This interface only works in Mobile Chrome Browsers that support Model Viewer and iOS 12+ devices.

Video Tutorial

Examples

Tap on this hashtag or link to see examples! #qurbansgchallenge

https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/qurbansgchallenge

By participating in this challenge, you agree to allow KHIDMAHSG PTE. LTD. to use your submitted photos/videos for marketing purposes.

Winners selected are final and decided upon Qurban.sg’s discretion. Have fun and get creative!

To get started, visit www.QURBAN.sg now!

Qurban.sg and Aqiqah.sg are brands owned by Khidmahsg Pte Ltd whose mission is to participate in improving the standards of Islamic Services provided in Singapore.

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