Competition Tag

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 28 Nov 2014

I love free things. Perhaps that why I'm regretting having this job right now - I can't enter to win this awesome giveaway! But, I can still be excited for you bunch, you could win an incredible prize, the biggest we've ever given away.

Posted by Matthew Figueira - 28 Nov 2014

Got plans for the weekend? Rubbish, clear that schedule right this instant. You could be the lucky winner of an all-expenses-paid trip to Draenor! You wouldn’t want silly commitments like marriage or childbirth to get in the way, would you? Alright now that you've got that admin out of the way, the best limerick writer and winner of this fantastic prize is…

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 26 Nov 2014

We’ve had a great many competition on Lazygamer, giving away some fantastic prizes – but nothing quite like this. It’s our biggest competition ever – and we’re giving away both a Sony PlayStation 4 console and a Sony Xperia Z3 smartphone to one lucky winner. That’s one heck of a prize for one lucky human just before the festive season.

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 19 Nov 2014

Didn’t win Assassin’s Creed Unity? Maybe you can win a copy of Ubisoft’s not completely broken open world shooter instead. I’ve rather enjoyed my time in Kyrat, and plan to spend many, many more hours liberating outposts, hijacking radio towers and skinning just about every animal the region has to offer. You can win a bunch of Far Cry stuff, along with a copy of the game on your platform of choice. As long as that platform isn’t PC. Here’s how.

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 19 Nov 2014

Assassin’s Creed Unity may be a buggy mess, but underneath the glitches and technical faults lies a pretty good game. As you may or may not be aware, we’ve got a copy of the game, plus an assortment of Assassin’s Creed stuff to give away to one lucky winner. The mechanised, digital gods of Random.org have decided who that winner will be. The winner of a sweet as all heck Assassin’s Creed  Unity bundle, including an Arno statue and a bunch of related paraphernalia (not including berets and baguettes) is…

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 12 Nov 2014

Thanks to the lovely humans (and one or two robots) at Activision and Megarom, we’re giving away two copies of the latest Call of Duty game to two lucky readers – one per platform. We’ve run things through our much maligned randomising service, and the winners have been selected. those winners are…

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 20 Oct 2014

Last week, we gave away a copy of Alien Isolation – but just one scary game is not enough, so we’re giving away another. Here’s your chance to win a copy of The Evil Within the new game from the demented mind that brought you Resident Evil.

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 16 Oct 2014

Going to kak themselves soon. I rather enjoyed Alien: Isolation,  and I think any fan of Ridley Scott’s original film will appreciate it just as much. It’s tense, it’s gruelling and it has a lady hero  tough enough to rival Ellen Ripley. We’re giving away a swanky hamper consisting of the game and its associated merchandise to a lucky winner. Here’ s who that winner is.

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 03 Oct 2014

On what may be put biggest competition to date, we’re giving away an Xbox One with Kinect and a copy of Ryse to one lucky reader. The results are in and we have a winner. We’re about to make one person’s weekend. Could it be you?

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 22 Sep 2014

We love our community here on lazygamer.net - you guys make it all worth doing and we'd be nothing without you all. So we wanted to give something back to you. By teaming up with our good friends at Microsoft South Africa, I think we found the perfect way to make you feel special; we are giving away an Xbox One.

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 26 Aug 2014

Remember, thanks to the cool dudes from Argos, we’re giving away 5 fresh Xbox One games, just in time for the local launch of the console.

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 11 Aug 2014

We’ve all seen the hilarious and bizarre avatars that Xboxers make… from Chuck Norris to Barack Obama, there’s more scope than ever to get creative with our avatars. We’ve enjoyably spent some time creating some movie-based characters, for you to guess.