WIN: WellPlayed X SteelSeries Neon Rider Giveaway!

WIN: WellPlayed X SteelSeries Neon Rider Giveaway!

Update: This competition is now closed… 

OUR WINNER HAS BEEN CHOSEN

Congrats to Matt Postle for this corker of an answer! 

“‘It’s not much of a job, but being a bandwidth miner is hard and honest work. After the corporate net wars in 2013, cyberpunk Australia is a country suffering a constant bandwidth deficit. My dream is to be able to retire after striking a rich vein of fibre in the undercity.

I’m not going to say where, but I found a Node a while ago. But there just isn’t any way to get it to the surface without getting cable hackers involved and you can’t trust that bunch!

Thanks again to everyone who entered and thanks to SteelSeries for the awesome prize pack! 


 

We know our WellPlayed fans love a good giveaway, and we’ve got one of our most exciting prizes so far up for grabs thanks to our friends at SteelSeries!

If you haven’t already seen SteelSeries’ slick-looking collaboration with CS:GO for the Neon Rider series of peripherals, take a look at our past coverage to see why you need to get your hands on this kit, and then come back here.

If you’ve been following it though, you’ll likely be aware that while the Sensei Ten mouse and QcK Large mouse pad are available for purchase in Australia, local retailers were never able to offer the super limited QcK Prism XL Neon Rider Edition mouse pad, with only 2556 individually-numbered units every produced.

The fantastic news is that we’re giving one away! Along with the Sensei Ten Neon Rider Edition mouse. One lucky Aussie WellPlayed follower will score both, with an estimated retail value of $268 AUD, but a real-world value of priceless given that the mouse pad is sold out worldwide and was never available here.

So here’s what’s up for grabs:

QCK PRISM CLOTH (XL) NEON RIDER EDITION

  • Limited edition Neon Rider design from CS:GO, uniquely numbered for authenticity
  • Easy and intuitive setup of in-game lighting notifications​
  • QcK micro-woven cloth for maximum control​
  • Optimized for low and high DPI tracking movements​
  • 900 mm x 300 mm x 4 mm​

SENSEI TEN NEON RIDER EDITION

  • Limited edition Neon Rider design from CS:GO, uniquely numbered for authenticity
  • All-new TrueMove Pro sensor and on-board memory
  • 60 million click mechanical switches
  • Comfortable ambidextrous design for left and right-handed players
  • Hyper durable build to withstand the most intense wear and tear

And here’s how to be in the running!

Simply head to the below Facebook or Twitter posts and answer the following question:

What would your day job be in a futuristic/cyberpunk version of Australia?

Thanks to our pals at SteelSeries Australia we have a prize pack including the ultra-rare QcK Prism XL Neon Rider…

Posted by WellPlayed on Sunday, 16 August 2020

We’re looking for the most creative answers, especially anything that’ll make us laugh – so get thinking and don’t forget to follow our social pages to see the competition results!


T&Cs are:

  • The competition will run from August 17 until August 23 AEST (inclusive)
  • Competition is limited to Australian residents only
  • Entrants must 15 years and over
  • This is a game of skill. Entries will be judged by WellPlayed staff and the entry deemed most creative and entertaining will be chosen as the winning entry
  • Winner will be notified by a representative from WellPlayed via either Facebook Messenger or Twitter Messages. Please ensure you are contactable, if we cannot contact you within 24 hours your prize will be forfeited and a new winner will be drawn
  • Your personal information will be collected for the purpose of prize delivery. By entering you consent to having your information shared with the promoter WellPlayed and competition partner SteelSeries for this purpose
  • ONE entry per post
Kieron started gaming on the SEGA Master System, with Sonic the Hedgehog, Alex Kidd and Wonder Boy. The 20-odd years of his life since have not seen his love for platformers falter even slightly. A separate love affair, this time with JRPGs, developed soon after being introduced to Final Fantasy VIII (ie, the best in the series). Further romantic subplots soon blossomed with quirky Japanese games, the occasional flashy AAA action adventure, and an unhealthy number of indie gems. To say that Kieron lies at the center of a tangled, labyrinthine web of sexy video game love would be an understatement.