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Genshin Impact x GiGO Prizes Put Ayaka, Thoma in Casual Schoolwear

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Genshin x Gigo Ayaka Thoma Xinqiu Chongyun

A new promo for Genshin Impact held at GiGO Amusement Centers (formerly Sega) features art of the characters Xingqiu, Chongyun, Ayaka, and Thoma wearing modern school uniforms. The latest Genshin x GiGO campaign, titled “Tamayura no Kokoroyukashi” (“Heartfelt Fleeting Moments”) brings with it a new line of prizes to GiGO stores and crane games. The prizes range from small ticket holders to plushies, wall scrolls, and standees. The campaign kicks off from December 10, 2022, and it runs through January 15, 2023.

The Genshin x GiGO campaign features several different merchandise items to win by playing on a participating GiGO store’s crane games. The basic prize, a ticket holder, can be had with any 500 Yen spend on the crane games. There are 12 variants, with the four featured characters in their schoolwear, as well as eight other Genshin Impact characters (Razor, Fischl, Eula, Albedo, Yanfei, Shenhe, Yun Jin, and Yelan) wearing their default outfits. Several of the items feature the Japanese pronunciations of the characters’ Chinese-style names (for example, “Xingqiu” is rendered as “Yukuaki”).

Other more limited items include acrylic standees and art boards of the featured characters, sitting plushies (using the default outfits), hug pillow cases, wall scrolls, and rubber mats.

The Genshin x GiGO prizes are available at physical GiGO stores, but also through GiGO’s Online Crane game site and app. The Online Crane is a way to remotely control a GiGO crane game or UFO catcher via an app or browser window. The Online Crane is accessible from outside Japan, but charges extra to ship won prizes out of the country.

The Genshin x GiGO promotion runs from December 10, 2022 through January 15, 2023. Genshin Impact is available on the PC, PS4, PS5, and iOS and Android devices.

Josh Tolentino
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