Serena Williams and Steph Curry Have an Epic Ping-Pong Battle in Spot for Chase

Ad Is Promoting QuickPay Technology

By Alexandra Jardine. Published on Apr 03, 2017

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Chase is promoting its Chase QuickPay -- technology that allows customers to send and receive money in real-time -- with a spot in which Steph Curry and Serena Williams go head to head in an epic game of ping pong.

In the spot, by Droga5 New York, directed by Lance Acord at Park Pictures, Curry is shown by an assistant to a green room where he finds Williams, on her phone, and a ping pong table. He challenges her to a game, and soon they're embarking on a badass showdown that accidentally involves smashing up half the furniture. No matter, because Curry has the Chase app on his phone to pay the assistant back before he even realizes what's happening.

Ahead of the spot's launch today, the campaign has featured a social media teaser campaign inviting the audience to choose between #TeamStephen or #TeamSerena. The teaser content has already accumulated over two million video views across Instagram and Facebook.

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Apr 03, 2017
Droga5 New York
David Droga
Creative Partner:
Duncan Marshall
Executive Creative Director:
Ray Del Savio
Creative Director:
Jake Shaw
Creative Director:
Ash Tavassoli
Chief Creative Officer:
Sally-Ann Dale
Co-Director of Film Production:
Bryan Litman
Co-Director of Film Production:
Jesse Brihn
Associate Director of Film Production:
Ruben Mercadal
Associate Producer:
Isabella Lebovitz
Music Supervisor:
Ryan Barkan
Music Supervisor:
Mike Ladman
Director of Art Production:
Cliff Lewis
Senior Art Producer:
Emily Heller
Production Company:
Park Pictures
Lance Acord
Executive Producer:
Jackie Kelman Bisbee
Tracy Broadus
Rock Paper Scissors
Editorial Company:
The Quarry
Post Production:
The Mill
Music Supervision:
Sound Mix:
Sonic Union
Sound Engineer:
David Pappa
Sound Design:
Alex Farnum

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