Street Fighter 6 Partners With Chipotle to Give Out Fighter Coins, Chips, and Guac
Street Fighter 6 and Chipotle have announced an official partnership to offer player-exclusive rewards and prizes in-game starting June 2nd. Later this year, the game will also add Chipotle Daily Brackets, Battle Hub signs, and Chipotle branded avatar items.
Anyone who places an eligible digital order through the Chipotle app and Chipotle.com website using promo code HDKN236* will receive a code for 250 Fighter Coins, the in-game currency of Street Fighter 6. These coins can be used to purchase characters, outfits, alternate colors, stamps, avatar emotes, and gear in the in-game shop. Additionally, Chipotle Rewards members can redeem 250 Fighter Coins in exchange for 250 points.
“Our FGC partnership brings Chipotle closer to a community of passionate, competitive gamers looking for convenient, delicious, and healthy options while playing titles like Street Fighter 6. It’s a thing,” explained Chris Brandt, Chipotle’s Chief Marketing Officer. He continued, “We are excited to enhance gameplay and provide gamers with an enjoyable experience.”
Chipotle is also a Presenting Sponsor of EVO 2023 and a Combo Breaker Sponsor. The Chipotle Challenger Series resumes on June 17th, allowing his community members to compete for cash prizes, his year’s worth of burritos, and more. The top two teams in the tournament will also win a free trip to EVO 2023.
On Twitch, Chipotle will give out a total of 500,000 free chips and guac offers to Chipotle Rewards members in the community who watch an hour or more of the live stream on participating channels.
EVO 2023 will take place August 4-6 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. Street Fighter 6 is one of the games in the lineup for the event.
Street Fighter 6 launches on June 2nd for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. In IGN’s Street Fighter 6 preview, we said, “Street Fighter 6 is shaping up for its full package, and is the most feature-rich Street Fighter game in the early stages of its lifecycle to date. There is no doubt that it is.”
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