Blizzard Hosts 10th Anniversary Sweepstakes
1:21 PM | Michael Eilers | Comment on this story
Stomped pointed out that famed RTS/RPG developer Blizzard Entertainment is hosting a sweepstakes in celebration of the company's tenth anniversary. This contest, which runs between now and February 25th, will award prizes at random to those who register for eligibility at their web site. Here are details on the contest:
Ten years ago, three UCLA graduates founded Blizzard Entertainment with a simple mission in mind: to make great games and to have fun while doing it. A decade later, Allen Adham, Mike Morhaime, Frank Pearce, and the company they founded are still going strong following that same basic tenet. We already can't thank Blizzard enough for sapping our free time and endangering our personal relationships with their amazing, addictive games. Sign up right away for your shot at a trip to Blizzard HQ. Be forewarned that some of the prizes are PC-only (such as the aforementioned Warcraft III beta test), however many are indeed "platform neutral" including lead figurines, action figures, T-shirts and music CDs.
To celebrate 10 truly amazing years, Blizzard is sponsoring a 10th Anniversary Sweepstakes. From autographed posters and games to original game concept art and other archived materials never before available outside the company, we are giving away 28 days worth of prizes. Other prizes include a slot in Warcraft III's closed beta test, the chance to have your name in Diablo II: Lord of Destruction as a hireling or an item, and the grand prize -- a trip to Blizzard. It's Blizzard's way of saying thank you to everyone who has helped create our success.
For your chance to win, be sure to register early so that you are eligible for all of the available prizes.
Blizzard 10th Anniversary Sweepstakes
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