Brain Game: Congratulations to this season’s winner, who will receive a Nintendo Switch, Kindle and Muji voucher

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  • This writing competition starts with 10 contestants, who are eliminated one-by-one based on your votes
  • Apply to join the next season of Brain Game for a chance to win some amazing prizes
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At 10 years old, Roderick Yuen is the youngest winner in recent Brain Game history. Photo: SCMP

If you love a challenge and want a chance to win some great prizes, we are looking for 10 new writers to take part in the next season of Brain Game!

Click here for the form to apply. The deadline is at 11.59pm on November 21. We will inform the contestants we’ve chosen on November 22.

After 10 creative and competitive rounds, the winner of this season of Brain Game is Roderick Yuen Hei-wang, 10, from Ying Wa Primary School. He wrote his way into the hearts of our voters to become the youngest winner in recent Brain Game history.

Read his winning response about a sci-fi film he would like to produce one day – Key to the New Dimensions, featuring Timothee Chalamet

Congratulations to the first and second runners-up, Zhou Leran from Munsang College and Teresa Kwok from South Island School.

We have prepared some exciting prizes for our top three contestants:

  • Winner: Nintendo Switch, Kindle, HK$300 Muji voucher and a trophy

  • First runner-up: Kindle, HK$200 Muji voucher and a YP certificate

  • Second runner-up: Kindle and a YP certificate

This season’s prizes even have the YP staff feeling a bit jealous of our top three contestants. Photo: SCMP

All prizes are kindly sponsored by Sino Group.

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