Here’s your chance to get famous with OPPO’s #FameOPPOrtunity
January 13, 2021

Submit short videos for a chance to win OPPO devices.

OPPO is celebrating the launch of ‘The Masked Singer: Inta Min?’ with a new #FameOPPOrtunity challenge on TikTok and Instagram to win OPPO devices as well as a chance to get famous on social platforms and even on TV.

The #FameOPPOrtunity challenge requires users to create and upload short videos using the campaign’s special song along with OPPO’s Masked Singer filters and choreography. The videos must be posted on either TikTok or Instagram where you can OPPO devices and gadgets weekly until the end of January as well as a chance to start in an OPPO brand film.

The challenge highlights the power of the Reno4 series that feature various tools to help create online content. The camera supports different modes, including portrait, night video, wide-angle, and other photography and videography features to help unleash your creativity. 

“OPPO’s customers are at the heart of all we do, and we are committed to engaging with them in ways that matter to them the most. In every region in which we operate, we adopt a local approach and reach out to the digitally creative, style-conscious, and entrepreneurial young creators in the region. The TikTok #FameOPPOrtunity challenge delivers unforgettable experiences, riding on the Reno4’s outstanding imaging capabilities that inspire people to fully express themselves. The promise of getting famous online and on TV, makes this contest hard to resist and amps up the excitement for the star-studded ‘The Masked Singer: Inta Min?’ show that we are proud to bring to the region in partnership with MBC,” said Fadi Abu Shamat, Director of Strategy and Development at OPPO MEA

‘The Masked Singer: Inta Min?’ is the Arabic version of the hit US reality singing competition The Masked Singer. The series was brought to the Middle East through a partnership between OPPO and MBC. The show will feature 12 masked Arab celebrities with four celebrity judges (Syrian Actor Qusai Khouli, Lebanese Singer and Actor Cyrine Abdelnour, Egyptian Actor Hasan El-Raddad, and Saudi Broadcaster Muhannad Al-Hamdi).

by Victor Philip Ortiz
Tech Enthusiast and Movie Buff. When he’s not busy playing with the latest games, Victor usually spends his time collecting Blu-rays and building his own movie library. As the Online Editor for T3 Middle East, he develops and writes content for which includes reviews, features, and videos in addition to managing its social media and web content.
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