realme Philippines, the top 4 smartphone brand in the country, expresses its solidarity with the Filipinos in the fight against COVID-19. To provide its realme Facebook community with avenues to keep themselves occupied during the enhanced community quarantine implemented across Luzon, the fastest-growing smartphone brand rolls out different content series and online competitions.
To make the most of staying indoors and to help its squad avoid cabin fever, realme Philippines is launching three online programs: realme Squadcast, realme MasterShot Series and realme Mobile Legends Cup Season 3.
“realme Philippines wants to engage everyone staying at home during this challenging time. Let realme be your home buddy. We hope that through the activities we are launching, we not only keep you company but also enable you to bond with your family. Kasama ninyo kami,” shares realme Philippines Vice President for Marketing Austine Huang.
The realme Squadcast
The realme team, which has always been keen to provide an interactive and personal experience to the realme squad, is taking things up a notch. The realme squad can now interact real-time with the people behind realme Philippines as they discuss interesting topics every Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:00PM.
The first episode, which aired last March 19, featured the origin story of the realme community and why having a close, familial community is important to the fastest-growing smartphone brand. A couple of viewers even won a realme 5i and a pair of realme Buds.
For its first season, the realme Squadcast has three more episodes lined up:
March 24, Episode 2: Earning at home
Eason de Guzman, realme Philippines marketing lead, will be joined by Gian Carlo Viterbo of Gadget Pilipinas and Jam Ancheta of Jam Online to give pro tips on how to earn and make money on the side while staying safe and healthy at home.
March 26, Episode 3: Level up your gaming at home: How to play better, not harder
Known for providing attainable gaming smartphones, realme Philippines aims to inspire more Filipinos to try mobile gaming, which is currently at the frontier of esports. In this episode, de Guzman and Colin Chan of Ungeek will walk aspiring gamers through the ins and outs of mobile gaming.
March 31, Episode 4: To TikTok or not to TikTok
TikTok, one of the trendiest video content platforms today, has seen a surge in new accounts and uploads in the past few days. De Guzman will be joined by influencer and sought-after host Apple David and tech YouTuber Mary Bautista to discuss the pros and cons of joining TikTok and the experience of being part of the TikTok community.