The PUMA Faas Beats Final Showdown concluded on a high note last weekend with the crowning of the Ultimate Faas Beats Gamer, Natalie Koh, at Zouk. Koh emerged as the champion of the online musical rhythm-based game created by PUMA to launch the new range of the Spring/Summer 2012 Faas running collection.
With a high score of 12,527 points, the 18-year-old walked away with an exclusive autographed T-shirt by Olympian and PUMA ambassador, Usain Bolt, SGD$1000 worth of PUMA vouchers as well as a PUMA Faas watch.
“I am really glad to win the challenge. It was nerve-wrecking watching the other contenders play the game initially but I know I have to keep a cool mind in order to excel. When I was playing the PUMA Faas Beats during the final showdown, I just told myself to give it the best shot and just minutes later, I was crowned the winner! I am really happy”, enthused Koh.
The Festival opened with the PUMA Faas Dance crew bringing the house down with sleek and swift hip-hop and popping dances moves that started the energy pumping.
Local singing sensation, Nathan Hartono, also serenaded the audience with an acoustic version of Crazy by Gnarls Barkley, and an original composition named Weight of Her Love. Hartono was appointed as the Opinion Leader (Music) to first introduce the PUMA Faas Beats game in Singapore when the campaign was launched in February.
Different game stations located at parts of Zouk boosted the carnival atmosphere of the Festival. Party-goers were engaged in speed-related activities like the PUMA Speed Trap, where participants tried beating the best timing clocked for a 30m dash. Some other social games like the Toy catcher machines and Kinect games also saw exciting participations from the party-goers. Celebrities Ian Fang and Adeline Lim also joined the public in rounds of Kinect games.