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Bengga introduces a fun way of campaigning through its mock elections game, “Impossible Run”

According to Bengga, Impossible Run is an ideal way to campaign especially for young people, who always find fun and entertaining ways to achieve their goals. 

Much as we want this campaign season to be stress-free, engaging, and even cerebral, it has become a tinderbox of animosity and discord. It’s what partisan politics does. Inflammatory statements lead to heated exchanges that often have no bearing on the issues at hand. 

With the campaign trail turning increasingly toxic, something’s got to give—and this is where Bengga, a Play2Earn app, comes into, uh, play. 

As a healthier alternative to social media campaigns for your presidential bet (which can be toxic at times), Bengga introduces “Impossible Run”, a mock elections game. 

Bengga, which stands for both “Brand Engagement App” and its slogan, “Be engaged always,” pushes for an engaging and healthy way for people to campaign for their choices. To achieve this, Bengga, of course, designed an entertaining game called “Impossible Run,” a three-day mock presidential election that will run from February 24 to 27 (Thursday through Sunday). 

Bengga, which stands for both “Brand Engagement App” and “Be Engaged Always” seeks to push for an engaging way for people to campaign for their choices, and this will be made possible through Impossible Run. 

For “Impossible Run,” gamers can play using one of the five presidential candidates as characters: Leni Robredo, Manny Pacquiao, Isko Moreno, Bongbong Marcos, and Ping Lacson. The mechanics are simple: select your presidential bet; the more you play, the more ‘votes’ you earn for your candidate. 

Bengga believes that through Impossible Run, campaigning, especially for young people, can be fun and exciting. One can show support for their presidential choices without the ranting and bashing of political opponents in social media platforms. 

Bengga, which stands for both “Brand Engagement App” and “Be Engaged Always” seeks to push for an engaging way for people to campaign for their choices, and this will be made possible through Impossible Run. 

Now with over 150,000 registered players that belong mostly to Generation Z or Generation Y, the Play2Earn app enables both personal brands and product brands to engage with their respective followers in order to achieve specific objectives.

Bengga asserts that as its player community continues to grow and expand, it can definitely boost support for any political or brand campaign and produce major impact. This is why “Impossible Run” is deemed timely for this election season. 

Aside from offering hyper-casual games that are easily playable and massively engaging, Bengga also listens to suggestions from its community of players on what topics to tackle. In the poltical front, for instance, expected subjects would be your favored candidates for Vice-Presidential, Senator, Mayor or even Party-List representative. Other hot topics could include “the best pizza in town,” “the burger to die for,” “the best romantic proposal you’ve ever had," etc.

The mechanics of Impossible Run are simple: simply select your presidential bet, and the more you play, the more votes for your candidate. 

Bengga continues to gain legions of users who are thrilled to win real-life rewards while playing a vast selection of games. Aside from providing players with a constantly updated library of games, Bengga also allows individuals to earn digital assets and cryptocurrencies as it operates as one of the apps in the Effort Economy. 

Another player that gamers can opt for in Impossible Run is presidential aspirant and current vice president Leni Robredo. 

In Bengga’s Impossible Run, you can play as presidential candidate, senator, and boxing legend Manny Pacquiao. 

Gamers can also select presidential bet and senator Ping Lacson as their player for Impossible Run. 

Players can also play the game as former senator and presidential candidate Bong Bong Marcos. 

Those supporting Manila Mayor Isko Moreno’s presidential campaign may play Impossible Run using his character. 

Bengga is available for free to download on the Google Play Store and the Apple Store. For more information, visit  


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