Have you got what it takes to join Siya’s Squad?

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Siya Kolisi gives fans a chance to be on his squad with the new Siya’s Squad mobile game. Picture: Craig Kolesky / Red Bull Content Pool
Siya Kolisi gives fans a chance to be on his squad with the new Siya’s Squad mobile game. Picture: Craig Kolesky / Red Bull Content Pool

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It’s been an exciting time for Siya Kolisi recently. Not only was he surprised with his very own limited-edition Red Bull energy drink can in January, but he’s now also celebrating the launch of his own mobile game.

Kolisi was at Hamilton Rugby Club in Cape Town under the pretence of an interview when fellow Red Bull athlete and paraglider Veselin Ovcharov glided through the air before landing and presenting him with the can.

“Seeing the can for the first time was amazing. It was one of the greatest surprises I’ve ever been a part of,” said Kolisi about the reveal.

Watch the can reveal here.

Being mentally focused is just as important as being physically fit.
Siya Kolisi

Play the game with Siya

South African rugby fans can now see if they’ve got what it takes to join the hero on the field by playing Siya’s Squad – a mobile game brought to South African audiences by Red Bull.

The game challenges fans to step into Kolisi’s boots and take to the field where they must sidestep tackle shields, hand off opponents and avoid agility hurdles with perfectly timed slides and leaps – all while collecting as many points as possible.

Gaining distance on the field and avoiding obstacles along the path will see new team-mates joining the player’s squad, giving you the advantage you need to rack up points.

The score at the end of the game will determine where players will appear on the leader board – the more distance covered on the field, obstacles tackled and Red Bull cans collected, the higher the score.

Fans who collect the most points by the end of April 2021 will stand a chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime experience with Kolisi on the training field.

My partnership with Red Bull brings great opportunities for me to interact with my fans and the Siya’s Squad mobile game gives them a chance to enjoy a day in my life on the field.
Siya Kolisi

The prize includes an all-expenses-paid trip to attend a full day rugby workshop, where Kolisi will host the winners in a day of rugby-related activities including a training session, some game time on the field plus sessions with a strength and conditioning coach, physiotherapist and nutritionist, and signed merchandise.

A day in Kolisi’s life

The World Cup-winning captain’s leadership strengths have shone through since he took South Africa to the top of the rugby world. He says staying focused is his key to this success.

“Being mentally focused is just as important as being physically fit. As a leader who has a team of players looking to me for motivation, I have to win the game in my mind before I even get on the field so that I’m ready to tackle the pressure,” says Kolisi.

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Siya Kolisi gives fans a chance to be on his squad with the new Siya’s Squad mobile game. Picture: Craig Kolesky / Red Bull Content Pool

“My partnership with Red Bull brings great opportunities for me to interact with my fans and the Siya’s Squad mobile game gives them a chance to enjoy a day in my life on the field as well as insights into the training we go through on a daily basis. I’m hoping this inspires and motivates future superstars on the field, which is one of the goals of this great partnership.”

Fans can experience Kolisi’s rare blend of speed, power and dynamic, unmatched performance first-hand by visiting www.redbull.co.za/siyasquad not only celebrate the South African rugby hero but also to stand a chance to win a rugby experience like no other.

Siya’s Squad is now available to play online.

Don’t forget to grab the limited edition Siya Kolisi Red Bull energy drink can available now in stores nationwide.


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