Beer Olympics: Kyambogo Defeats Makerere University in First Season Game

Beer Olympics: Kyambogo Defeats Makerere University in First Season Game

Kyambogo University humiliated Makerere University in the opening games of the Beer Olympics organized by Black Bell. Black Bell is a new flagship brand of Uganda Breweries Limited and aims at tapping into the young person’s zeal to dare to be different.

With a new tag line; “Forget Normal”, campusers were thrilled by the fun at Game Club, former Steak House. For UGX 10,000, one would get oneself three bottles of Black Bell. The games included Beer Pong, Beer Checkers and the Shooters Challenge.

Kyambogo University earned 10 points after defeating Makerere in the Beer Pong and Checkers. Makerere was able to console itself with 5 points after winning the Shooters’ Challenge. This means that Kyambogo University is currently topping the league tables.

The next game is slated to happen at Pool Nest where Kyambogo University will face off with KIU. The Beer Olympics League is being played amongst 5 top Ugandan Universities; Makerere, Kyambogo, UCU, KIU and MUBS.





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