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Ready your body for the Gears of War: Judgment Tournament!

SHOT IN THE FACE

Xbox South Africa is bringing you yet another tournament of awesome. They’ll be hosting the first Gears of War: Judgment Tournament in the country and the prizes are pretty damn awesome.

The tournament starts on 12 April for lone wolves (solo players) and 13 April for teams. Lone wolves will compete in the FFA (free for all) game mode; now that’s what I call pure, unadulterated fun. And here’s what you can win for having all that fun:

  • 40″ LED 3D Samsung Smart TV.
  • Samsung 3D Smart Sound Bar.
  • 1 Year Nag Subscription.
  • Officially crowned the Gears of War: Judgment champion for 2013

Gamers will have to be older than 18 to enter this tournament, have a legit copy of the game, be South African and have Xbox Live Gold to play online. Teams who enter need to make sure they have a captain, team name, know all of your teammates’ Xbox Live gamertags and have an email address and cell phone number that actually works.

While Gavin, Geoff and Darryn entered the Halo tournament as Lonewolves – they’ll be entering this one as a Clan; so you get to kill all of them in one go. 

Here are some important links!

Entering the tournament.

Rule set.

Official website.

And an awesome Multiplayer Trailer:

Gears of War: Judgment releases on 22 March, for Xbox 360.

 

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