You didn't think that was it did you?
A huge thanks to everyone who took part in last night's Modern Warfare 3 competition, one of the largest we've ever had, although now we've set a precedent for a puntastic prelude to proceedings (still laughing at Sole Halibut), I'll now have to come up with three other mood setters for the next lot.
Speaking of which, our second competition will see us giving away 18 copies of Skyrim. It'll be the same sort of format as yesterday's, but with a different hashtag and different questions, obviously. And this time, we'll be kicking things off on the @Dealspwn stream at 6pm, on Tuesday 8th November.
This is how things are going to work. Every hour, on the hour, between 6pm and midnight there'll be a question going up on either the @Dealspwn or @HotUKDeals streams on Twitter. This time, we're starting with @Dealspwn so the night will run like as follows:
- 6pm - Dealspwn
- 7pm - HotUKDeals
- 8pm - Dealspwn
- 9pm - HotUKDeals
- 10pm - Dealspwn
- 11pm - HotUKDeals
All you need to do is reply on Twitter with the answer and the #winSkyrim hashtag within the hour.
For example, if this is the question:
Win Skyrim. Who voiced Uriel Septim VII in Oblivion? Reply with answer & hashtag before 7pm. #winSkyrim
If the question came from Dealspwn, then you should answer:
Patrick Stewart @Dealspwn #winSkyrim
Or if the question came from HUKD, then answer:
Patrick Stewart @HotUKDeals #winSkyrim
Individual question rounds will last an hour, after which three winners with the correct answer will be chosen at random for each question. As you'll see in the rules below, we only accept one entry per person. Multiple entries and duplicate posts are deleted upon data collation to ensure a level playing field. We tend not to disqualify people completely, but we will if you take the piss.
A few house rules:
- One entry will be accepted per account per question. You're welcome to compete in all of the question contests, but the maximum you'll win is one copy.
- One entrant per household.
- UK entrants only.
Let's do this!