Alpha partners with Tiny Pop for Super Wings fan competition

Published on: 10th June 2020

One lucky Super Wings fan will get the chance to appear in an episode of the hit animated show. 

Alpha Group and FunnyFlux have partnered with Tiny Pop to offer young viewers the chance to enter the Super Wings universe. The winner of the new competition, which marks a world first and is an exclusive for the kids’ TV channel, will get the chance to be drawn as an animated character in their very own special Super Wings episode. The winner will also be presented with a framed image of their character.

Entries are open until Sunday 21st June. To take part, fans can simply upload a picture reflecting their love of the show via or the Pop Fun App. The winning entry will be announced by Friday 3rd July. Full terms and conditions are available to view on the website and app.

“We are extremely proud to be partnering with Tiny Pop to develop such a unique and unprecedented project, creating a tailor-made episode for one of its Super Wings fans,” said Antoine Erligmann, vice president international media at Alpha Group. “Tiny Pop’s creativity made this project possible and demonstrates its support for the Super Wings brand.”

“We are thrilled to be working with Alpha Group to offer this once-in-a-lifetime prize,” added Liz Law, senior marketing manager at Tiny Pop. “Super Wings is one of the channel’s most popular shows and this world first promotion will be so exciting for fans. We can’t wait to see all of the super creative entries and then the finished episode.”


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