After a year of postponement, the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games finally opened on Friday, July 23, 2021.
At the time of this writing, July 27, 2021 (Tuesday), the Japanese athletes have already won many medals in their respective sports! They have already won numerous medals!
Speaking personally, the new competitions are very interesting, especially this time around!
Puzzle & Dragons, a.k.a. PUZZLE & DRAGONS, has started a project to support the Japanese athletes who are working hard in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, which are already very exciting and will become even more so in the future !
We will give away magic stones according to the medals won!
The "Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Commemorative Campaign " will be held in Pazudora this time!
What kind of campaign is this? We will give away magic stones according to the type and number of medals won by the Japanese National Team! The campaign will be held on July 23, 2021.
Medals earned during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games from July 23, 2021 (Friday, national holiday) to August 8, 2021 (Sunday) will be eligible.
Three magic stones will be counted for each gold medal won ,two magic stones for each silver medal won, andone magic stone for each bronze medal won, and will be distributed via in-game mail at regular intervals!
The more great results the Japanese team achieves, the more magic stones they will receive!
We are sure you are cheering for the Japanese athletes even if they don't do so, but if you get magic stones as well, you will be even more enthusiastic.
By the way, since they won 8 gold medals, 2 silver medals, and 3 bronze medals from July 23 (Fri.) to July 26 (Mon.), 31 magic stones will be given away!
These magic stones will be distributed via in-game mail in the early morning of Wednesday, July 28, 2021, so be sure to check back first thing in the morning!
How many medals will the Japanese team win and how many magic stones will puzzle users receive in the end?
Let's all cheer on the Japanese team as they compete in the fierce competition!
For more details, please check the "Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Commemorative Campaign" special page!