Slay Coffee and Zomato engage customers, aim to raise COVID-19 funds via virtual chess tournament

Let the mind games begin!

There’s something your idle mind can look forward to this coming weekend. Zomato Feeding India and Slay Coffee have joined hands to engage those missing intellectual stimulation in the times of COVID with an online chess tournament.

The ticket price of a mere 200 is less than that Uber ride for most office goers, and the same amount will be matched per ticket by Slay Coffee to provide food support for daily wage workers via the Zomato Feeding India initiative. The games are scheduled for April 25 and 26, and if you have a chess.com user ID, it’s as simple as a quick login. If not, go on and create one.

The tournament will be played in a league form, and if you’re a chess enthusiast, you’d appreciate the mentally challenging weekend ahead of you. There’s Slay Coffee vouchers of 5000, 3000 and 2000 up for grabs for the top three winners. Register here and do your bit to help those in need.