A few weeks ago, the Xbox team shared a mini Xbox brand refrigerator, and you can imagine that everyone wants to buy one-myself included. Do a poll on Twitter later and get a bunch of votes, you can buy them soon, but we don’t know all the details yet.
As a result, Twitter marketing uses the “March Crazy” style bracket of the Twitter brand, and the finals boiled down to Xbox and Skittles. Both brands are very popular on Twitter, so they started to fight for the highest number of votes: this is a simple 1 vote per user, and the brand with the highest number of votes will win in 24 hours.
Skittles are willing to provide a green lime flavor, but Xbox mainly uses a large number of followers to increase their votes, but after nearly 200,000 votes, the score is tied.
Because I needed the Xbox mini-fridge, and Microsoft had not publicly announced plans to bring it to the market at the time, I tweeted Aaron Greenberg, saying that Microsoft should oppose the lemon proposed by Skittles Green seasoning, and proposed to be officially sold. Xbox mini refrigerator (if available).
A few minutes later, Greenberg responded by “accepting the challenge.” Soon after, Microsoft officially announced that if they win the polls, they will build a small refrigerator.
Who knew that a tweet from you would make me call someone at home to approve a potential mini-refrigerator production! What an interesting journey, there are big winners for mini fridge fans everywhere! 💚
— April 2, 2021, Aaron Greenberg (@aarongreenberg)
Until this morning, Xbox was able to win with a small number of votes, but victory is victory, so Xbox will sell refrigerators at some point in the future – we don’t have a release timetable.
Now, when this happens, I think Microsoft will sell these mini-refrigerators because their integration on Twitter last night was very fast. Usually, you have to put it into production, approve capital investment, and all other aspects of the business without putting any effort into making an announcement, but I was wrong.
After Xbox won the poll, Greenberg confirmed that my tweet (above) made this a reality. So when you take out a cold drink from the upcoming mini fridge, please think about me…or no, but either way, you can share an interesting story.
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