Contests

Win a Noblechairs Hero Doom Edition gaming chair!

With thanks to a partnership between Bethesda and PC Case Gear.

Update: Our panel of judges has selected one lucky winner from the close to 1,000 entries received. Congratulations to the following:

  • Matthew V. from Perth, WA

Please check your email for next steps, and thanks again to everyone who entered!

Original post: Another day, another contest! This time, Bethesda and PC Case Gear have teamed up to provide Stevivor’s readers with a chance to win a Noblechairs Hero Doom Edition gaming chair!

We’ve got a main prize consisting of one (1) Noblechairs Hero Doom Edition gaming chair, open to residents of Australia and New Zealand.

To enter for a chance to win the chair, simply register your details and tell us, as creatively as you can in 25 words or less: What’s your best advice for new Doom Eternal players? You’ll also need to follow PC Case Gear and Bethesda ANZ on Twitter, at their request.

We’ll pick the most creative entries from the bunch. You can also opt to do other actions for more ways to enter.

[This contest has closed.]

This contest runs until 11.59 pm AEDT on 30 December. We’ll select one (1) total winner on or after 31 December and inform winners on their supplied email addresses. How’s that for a special treat to end 2020?

Good luck!

And if you’re really keen on the gaming chair, Bethesda ANZ and PC Case Gear are also providing another chance to win another Noblechairs Hero Doom Edition gaming chair or a number of runner-up Doom prize packs!

Doom Eternal was recently released on Nintendo Switch and is also available on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4 (backwards compatible on Xbox Series S & X and PS5).


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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.