U.S. Cellular Wireless Warrior tent offers challenges and prizes to concert goers
Concert goers who came to the Wild West Arena Friday could play some games and earn prizes courtesy of U.S. Cellular. The company had a tent set up called 'Wireless Warriors' and it had similar theming to a reality game show with lights and fog.
People could receive a wristband with a QR code on it attached to their name. Then there were three different gaming stations two people faced-off in.
The stations included a stationary bike that riders had to pedal the quickest to get a light to the top of a beam. While the bike was in motion, it could also charge a phone which they had all the attachments for.
Another station was a picture that had been scrambled players had to race to put it back in order.
And the last station was a wall of phones that would light up and the player would have to tap them when they lit up with the U.S. Cellular logo or a screen that said bonus points. There was also an option for bonus games.
Once complete, the players could redeem their points for prizes. The prizes included things like: chap sticks, clear backpacks, sunglasses, all the way up to a Nest Thermostat. The players could play each game up to five times in an effort to rack up points.
Everyone who played the games was eligible for $10,000 sweepstakes giveaway U.S. Cellular is doing.
The game booth will be set up Saturday night as well.