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Black Friday 2016: Want To Win A Signed Alienware Laptop?

Published Nov 24, 2016 by 100TB Team

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To celebrate this year's Thanksgiving festivities, 100TB has teamed up with Digital Chaos to offer you the chance to win an exclusive Alienware gaming laptop signed by the team.

We're offering the chance to win an exclusive Alienware AW15R3-3831SLV gaming laptop, worth over $3,700. However, rather than just giving away a laptop that you can buy from your favorite retailer, we've teamed up with Digital Chaos to sign the lid so that this one is truly one of a kind!

We've also got five signed Digital Chaos gaming jerseys to give away as runners up prizes.

To enter, you need to make a qualifying purchase on 100TB.com between now and 23:59 PST on 11/30/2016 via the link below. Hurry though because this offer does not last forever, and I don't know if we'll be have a similar offer running any time soon.

You've got until Wednesday evening - we look forward to helping you on your way to success.

Enter to WIN an exclusive signed Alienware laptop!

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Digital Chaos was founded by Shannon "SUNSfan" Scotten and 100TB.com at the end of 2015. The team has quickly risen to hit stardom after placing a surprise 2nd at this year's headline DOTA2 tournament, The International. The tournament is the biggest of its kind in the world and is run by the game's developer, Valve Software, which is also the brains behind Steam, the world's biggest digital games distribution service. This year the total prize fund was over $20 million, with the winner taking home over $9 million. Team Digital Chaos walked away with a cool $3.4 million after its surprise success.

100TB.com has been an active supporter of the eSports industry for the past four years, and in 2015 we decided to double down. 100TB's platform powers some of the world's biggest multiplayer gaming platforms, including Battlefield One, TitanFall 2 and many more. Last year 100TB hosted the world's largest multiplayer beta to date, with over 7 million players testing out the new Star Wars game.

Win an Alienware laptop signed by Digital Chaos

 

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