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Win R5000 in cash for playing Tekken

Yep that’s right! If you live in Cape Town you could stand a chance to win R5000 by doing what you love; gaming. MainGaming and Megarom present the Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Roadshow.

MainGaming is doing it again, bringing us an amazing tournament and being stupidly generous along with the guys at Megarom. Here’s how it’s going to happen.

On 27 January gamers will show up at Cavendish Square in Cape Town, entry is absolutely free, and kick some ass playing Tekken Tag Tournament 2. The top three players qualify for the Grand Final, which will be held in February with a grand prize of R5000 in cash money. The winner of this Sunday’s tournament will also get all expenses paid to attend the Grand Finals. 

You can check out the event on MainGaming’s official website or Facebook page, or join the event here.

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