To entertain people during this countrywide lockdown, Tata Motors has introduced an amazing Ludo game to keep the audience busy during these rough times.
Right now, the world is going through a very rough phase due to the ongoing situation. Everyone is inside their homes and utilizing their time by watching movies, web series and playing games. We would really like to appreciate the Indian citizens for being calm and promoting social distancing. We are currently going through Lockdown 4.0 and everyone is getting bored sitting at homes, so to entertain them a bit, Tata Motors India has come up with an amazing Ludo game to keep the audience busy during these rough times.
A person can play this game with his friends, family and colleagues via the company’s official website. We must say that this a good initiative started by the carmaker to keep people busy and help them to fight against this virus and boredom.
Mr Vivek Srivatsa, Tata Motors, Marketing, Passenger Vehicle Business Unit said, "In light of the current scenario, digital engagement has taken a completely new shape. With increased consumption of online content, keeping customers entertained yet informed is the way forward. Safety has always been of utmost importance to us, and what better way than to integrate it within a game that is synonymous to all. With the above in mind, we along with our team at WATConsult came up with an ingenious idea of #SafetyFirst Ludo. We aim to bring our community together on this gaming platform while reminding them of the importance of practising Safety First during these times."
In other news, Tata Motors has also introduced its all-new digital sales network named as ‘Click To Drive’, which enables customers to buy a brand new Tata car online as per their preference.
A person can play this game via company's official website
Along with this, the automaker is also offering some attractive finance schemes in which potential buyers can buy Tata Tiago by just paying Rs 5,000. There are also some special offers for front-line workers like doctors and police officials.