The local creators of the Popongo game and the Denver Broncos have entered into a multi-year partnership.
Popongo is a family-friendly game that requires players to toss foam golf balls into cups on a raised platform for points. Jamaican-born Denver resident Errol Anderson, who serves as the company’s CEO, created the game during the early stages of the COVID-19 shutdowns. It launched in December 2020. Each Popongo game board is one-of-a-kind, handcrafted in the Popongo facility in Denver’s Park Hill neighborhood.
Through the partnership, the Popongo and the Denver Broncos entertainment teams will offer interactive gaming areas for fans to play Popongo during the Broncos’ 2022 Training Camp and in the VIP tailgating areas at every home game.
Additionally, fans can order a Broncos edition Popongo board, which features orange and blue cups and balls.
“The fact that one of the most well-known organizations in the world has chosen to work with our team not only speaks volumes about us as a company, but also what Popongo represents to the community,” Anderson said in a news release. “With the help of the Broncos, we plan on furthering our mission to get more Popongo boards into more elementary schools to help math classes for young students be more fun and engaging.”
To learn more about Popongo, visit playpopongo.com.
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