If you were reading TR earlier this month, you probably caught wind of our latest giveaway—and maybe even entered for a chance to win. Well, we're happy to announce that we've now drawn our 12 winners from the pool of contestants.
Kyle Gunderson is our grand-prize winner. He will be the lucky recipient of an MSI P67A-GD80 motherboard, an MSI GeForce N560GTX Ti Twin Frozr II graphics card, and his choice of one game game from our pool of Crysis 2, Mafia II, and Just Cause 2 digital licenses. Kyle, you should have an e-mail from us sitting in your inbox. Please get back to us within 72 hours (if you don't, you will forfeit your prize).
Our other 11 winners are:
These winners are each eligible to choose one game from our pool of Crysis 2, Mafia II, and Just Cause 2 licenses. We have four keys for each game, minus the grand winner's pick. Remaining picks will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. You all should have e-mails waiting for you in your inboxes, so please get back to us and let us know what game you'd like. As with the grand-prize winner, those who don't respond within 72 hours will forfeit their prizes.
We'd like to thank MSI for making this giveaway possible by kindly donating one of its P67 motherboards and GeForce GTX 560 graphics cards. Nvidia also gets our thanks for giving up all 12 of the aforementioned game keys.
|1. Hdfisise - $600||2. Ryszard - $503||3. Andrew Lauritzen - $502|
|4. the - $306||5. SomeOtherGeek - $300||6. Ryu Connor - $250|
|7. doubtful500 - $200||8. Anonymous Gerbil - $150||9. webkido13 - $135|
|10. cygnus1 - $126|
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