Hone your skills with Serba Dinamik


KUCHING: Serba Dinamik Sdn Bhd Kuching Branch has called upon the local youth to take part in its ‘Borneo Startup’ programme.

“The programme is open to youth who are interested in honing their skills as we are currently planning to improve our virtual games in the D-Virtual Park at Kota Samarahan.

“We are looking for local talents that are able to create local content such as journeys to Gua Mulu, Gua Niah, Batang Sadong and so on,” said Serba Dinamik Sdn Bhd Kuching branch group manager Muliawadi Imran.

He said this during a donation handing over ceremony at Kota Samarahan Municipal Council (MPKS) today (June 25).

He also pointed out that they are also looking for students who possess graphic design skills to join them in the programme.

“Those who are interested are welcome to register to be part of our startup team. You can come to our place as we have all the facilities needed here, including e-games.

“With 60 high specification PCs with internet speed of 1,600 mbps in the studio and complet facilities, it could be a platform for those planning to build their careers here,” he added.

According to Muliawadi, for registration purposes, those interested may go to their Facebook page or YouTube Channel (Serba DigitalX) for more information.

“We would like to do anything that is within our capabilities to help the youth,” he said.

On another note, he also mentioned that with the temporary closure of D-Virtual Park due to the implementation of the movement control order (MCO), they are currently having a promotion.

“With every purchase of RM150, buyers are able to obtain an additional 120 coins which will give them a total of 270 coins per RM150 purchase.

“Since every RM10 gives 10 coins, this promotion is not to be missed as the coins will not have any expiry date,” he explained.

He added that the promotion is only available during the MCO period and is redeemable when D-Virtual Park re-opens.

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