No matter how ambitious your dreams are, you have the power to make them come true! Xbox has partnered with Disney to celebrate the all-new movie “Rise” by designing UpSpec Gaming’s custom travel kits, including the Xbox Series S, Xbox Wireless Headsets, Portable Screens, and Travel Cases. The Travel Kit draws a lot of inspiration from the muse behind Disney’s latest movie, Janice Adetokumpo, and takes advantage of the sharp blue and white colors of the country’s calm waters to create Greek patterns. It emphasizes some elements of his Greek culture, including.Now fans around the world have a chance to win one of these custom UpSpec gaming kits Retweet @Xbox on Twitter.. See official rules..
The audience has never seen a story like Antetokunpo. After migrating from Nigeria to Greece, Charles and Bella Antetokunpo (Dayo Okeniyi and Yetide Badaki, respectively) struggle to survive and feed their five children while living under the threat of daily deportation. did. The couple were desperate to gain Greek citizenship as their eldest son was still in Nigeria with their relatives, but found themselves weakened by a system that blocked them every turn. .. Brothers Giannis (Uche Agada) and Thanasis (Ral Agada) were playing basketball with a local youth team when they weren’t selling goods to tourists with their families on the streets of Athens. As a latecomer to the sport, they discovered their great abilities on the basketball court and worked hard with their brother Kostas (Jaden Osimuwa) to become world-class athletes. With the help of an agent, Jannis joined the NBA Draft in 2013 with a long-term outlook that would change not only his life but the lives of his entire family. And last season, Janice and Tanasis helped Milwaukee Bucks bring the championship ring for the first time in 50 years, and Costas played for the previous season’s champion, the Los Angeles Lakers.
“Rise” will star in Dayo Okeny, Yetid Badaki, Manish Dayal, Taylor Nichols, introduce Lal Agada, and introduce Uche Agada. The film was directed by Akin Omotoso (“Vaya”), written by Arash Amel (“Private War”), and produced by Bernie Goldman (“300”). Janice Adetokumpo and Douglas S. Jones were executive producers.
Xbox and Disney have also invited members of the Boys & Girls Club of the San Fernando Valley Chapter to a movie launch event with talent and filmmakers. There they have the opportunity to become one of the first exclusive groups to watch the movie, emphasizing the rise of the greatness of the Janis and Antetokunpo families, and helping to inspire dreams for on-the-go games. I received the “Rise” up-spec game kit. With a message that empowers you from a whole new movie.
Keep an eye on @Xbox for the chance to win and catch Disney’s “Rise” (rating PG). Currently only streamed on Disney + (subscription required, must be 18+).