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Prove your mettle at the 12th edition of the Times Sudoku Championship

Published On : 23 Sep 2017   |  Reported By : media release


~ The largest Sudoku championship announces its first round in Bangalore on 28thSeptember~

The Times Sudoku Championship, flagship tournament of the Times of India enters its 12th edition this year. One of the largest Sudoku championships in the country, it has been a platform avid players offering the man opportunity to represent India at the World Championship, which will be held in Bangalore, in October, 2017.

The first set of rounds will be held across 5 cities including, Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Kolkata and Chennai over the next few weeks. Winners for the regional rounds will be picked on the basis of their performance during the on-ground event. The city finalists will be brought to Mumbai for the national finale where they will compete with last year’s Indian contingent. The top four talented players will get once in a lifetime opportunity to represent India at the World Sudoku Championship.

Just register for the event and give your best towin a chance to represent India.
What are you waiting for? Go grab the chance and register at – Times Sudoku Championship 2017

What: Times Sudoku Championship
When: Thursday, 28thSept, 2017
Where: MLR Convention Centre, Brigade Millennium Campus, JP Nagar, 7th Phase, Bengaluru, Karnataka – 560078
Time: 11am







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