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Predator fans chance to go on Hollywood tour

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Kaspersky Lab has partnered with 20th Century Fox for the launch of a promotional campaign for the movie “The Predator” in which seven winners will get a chance to go on a Hollywood FOX Tour worth more than US$8,000.

Kaspersky Lab is partnering with 20th Century Fox for a promotional campaign for the movie “The Predator”. — VNS Photo


The promo will be held in 11 countries and territories in the APAC region, Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Việt Nam.

A total of seven winners from the participating countries will win tours while 1,000 others will receive limited edition Predator gift sets worth $25 each.

Võ Dương Tú Diễm, territory manager, Kaspersky Lab, said: “Being cybersecurity experts, we want to make sure that the cyberworld is safe for everyone from all kinds of threats. Our job is pretty much parallel to the role of the good guys in the Predator movie as we are hunting the hunters to make the world a little safer from cybercriminals.”

Helmed by American actor Shane Black, who also directed the Lethal Weapon series and Iron Man 3, The Predator features an action-packed conflict between the lethal alien hunters, who return to Earth, against a disgruntled science teacher, a crew of retired soldiers, and a boy who has an extraordinary ability to learn languages.

Information on how to join the promo is available at


Source: VNS

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