Now that Gears of War: Judgment is actually out and you’ve all been playing the really good Survival and Overrun modes, perhaps with a dash of free-for-all – perhaps now is the time to try and entice more of you to join Xbox South Africa’s upcoming Gears of War Tournament. Kicking off next month (giving you time to brush up on those Gnasher skills), the tournament gives you the opportunity to win some pretty awesome prizes.
You’ll be able to enter either as a solo combatant or as part of a four-man team in free-for-all or Team Deathmatch respectively. The Tournament begins on April 12 for lone entrants, and the next day for teams – and from there, it’s a battle to prove your mettle as the top Gears of War players in South Africa.
People Can Fly? Let’s see how well they can explode.
Here’s what you could win:
- 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
You’ll need to have a valid South African ID, Xbox Live Gold and be 18 or over to enter – and depending on whether you plan on going solo or as a team, there are other pre-requisites:
To enter the clan tournament you will need to have the following:
- A team captain, the captain is responsible for managing the team.
- A Team name.
- Know all your team members Xbox live Gamertags.
- Verify all your team members have pre-ordered Gears of War: Judgement.
- A valid email address and cell phone number. All contact during the competition will be sent to the captain.
To enter as a lone wolf you need to have the following:
- Your Xbox live gamertag.
- You have pre-ordered Gears of War: Judgement.
- A valid email address and cell phone number. All contact during the competition will be sent to directly to you.
More details, as well as the entry form over here.
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