RazerCon

Razer announced the date for their 2020 conference. RazerCon will take place on October 10, and will be live-streamed around the world. It’s fully digital this year, with lots of prizes up for grabs.

Heaps of cool prizes for RazerCon 2020

Unlike in previous years, RazerCon will be totally online. This means that gamers from all around the world can participate. Rather than missing out, players can tune in from anywhere in the world. And that means sweet prizes are on offer too. There are the usual tech demos and game reveals. But it looks like there’s a host of people excited about Razer’s raffles.

There’s a nice long list of things you can win as part of the event. The promo images on their website show off some of Razer’s latest products. This includes the Razer Blade laptop, BlackShark V2, Huntsman keyboard, and wireless mouse. It’s not clear what exactly is in the bundle, or how the prizes will be distributed. But, we do know how to win them. It’s easy to enter — according to the video on the site, all you need to do is:

  1. Register for RazerCon on their website
  2. Follow Razer on their social media pages
  3. From now until RazerCon, like, share, tag, retweet, or comment on all #RazerCon2020 posts
  4. Use #RazerCon2020 as much as possible on social media

Essentially, Razer are telling you to engage with their social media. All the winners will be announced live during the event. Winners are random, so the more you interact, the higher your chances will be. You can enter multiple times on as many posts as you like.

And that’s not all. Razer has confirmed via their website they will be giving away a Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080. The “mystery” grand prize will be revealed during the RazerCon livestream October 10, 2.30 pm PT. Check out the full list of prizes over on the website, and don’t forget to tune into RazerCon for all the fun.

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