Etuk, Nzekwe and Onyeabor, who made up Team C, left the other teams trailing throughout the games. By the time Teams A and B had completed their third games respectively, Team C had garnered more points, even before stepping forward to partake in the third game. This made their participation in the third game a mere formality.
He believes he won as a result of the talented teamates he was paired up with. Nzekwe said: "I wish my parents were alive to see me win this N1 million.” He plans to use the prize money to promote his musical career. The 27 year old, who is the last of his late parents' nine children, is an aspiring rapper and dance hall musician.
Onyeabor, the third of the recently Star-crowned millionaires, resides in Makurdi, where he owns a beer parlour. He plans to use the money both to develop his beer sales business as well as pursue a degree in Pharmacy, which had always been his dream.
Twelve millionaires have so far emerged from this year's edition of the Star TV Game Show. With three more editions left to go, N9 million is still up for grabs.
The Star TV Game Show is a unique consumer engagement scheme from the stables of Star lager beer; which seeks to reward consumers for their loyalty to the brand.