Win $10K in QuakeCon and Ventrilo's Ultimate Power Up Sweepstakes

Win $10K in QuakeCon and Ventrilo's Ultimate Power Up Sweepstakes

If you're lucky.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Aug 09, 2018 @ 08:59 AM (Staff Bios)
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QuakeCon is kicking things off this year with a collaborative sweepstakes with Ventrilo. Titled the Ultimate Power Up sweepstakes, three winners will be awarded $10,000!

Announced Thursday, Ventrilo, the popular group voice chat used in multiplayer and competitive gaming, is sponsoring the Ultimate Power Up sweepstakes. Three winners will be chosen at random out of 100 QuakeCon attendees who entered. In order to get your hands on one of the 100 tickets, you have to be awarded one throughout the day of the show, through various contests, drawings, and other events.

The winners will be selected on Saturday, August 11 at the end of the Block Party. which runs from 8 PM till midnight. Eligible winners must be in attendance at the Block Party for a chance to win.

With past year's attendances reach the 9,000 zone, odds of getting hold of a ticket are slim, and odds of winning even slimmer. Best of luck to everyone aiming for the prize. Full rules and regulations can be read in the official sweepstakes PDF.

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