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WIN 1 of 5 Gfinity Elite Series Australia double passes!

Winners have their pick of date and tournament.

Update: We’ve select 3 of 5 eligible winners and have extended the contest through to next week. Enter below!

Congratulations to the following readers:

  • Brett W. from Sydney, NSW
  • Zachary W. from Sydney, NSW
  • Shaun B. from Sydney, NSW

Check your email for next steps.

Original story: Stevivor has 5 double passes to Gfinity Elite Series Australia to give away to lucky readers, thanks to the lovely folks at Gfinity Australia!

Kicking off 2 June and with Grand Finals over 14 & 15 July, Gfinity Elite Series Australia will feature Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Rocket League and Street Fighter V tournaments. Most major cities will be represented; teams include Perth Ground Zero, Sydney Roar, Sydney Chiefs, Brisbane Deceptors, Melbourne Order and Melbourne Avant.

These double passes are pretty sweet – lucky winners will be able to select the date and tournament they’d like to attend, literally meaning that each pass has the potential to be a Grand Finals ticket. A full schedule can be found here, though we’ll also send details to winners so they can make a decision.

To enter to win, all you need to do is tell us, in twenty-five (25) words or less, which of Gfinity Elite Series Australia’s three tournaments has you most interested, and why.

[This contest has finished.]

Simple, no? Get in your entry before 11.59 pm AEST on 1 June; we’ll pick five (5) total winners on 2 June. Entrants must be a resident of Australia aged 15 or above. Winners will be contacted by email to arrange delivery of their prize. Winners must also arrange their own travel to Gfinity Elite Series Australia, held within the Sydney Entertainment Quarter at Moore Park, NSW. Full terms and conditions can be found here.

Good luck!


Steve Wrighthttps://www.stevivor.com
Steve's the owner of this very site and an active games journalist for the past ten years. He's a Canadian-Australian gay gaming geek, ice hockey player and fan. Husband to Matt and cat dad to Wally and Quinn.