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Thursday, 24 June 2010 13:22

EVGA Europe throws a World Cup 2010 giveaway

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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GTX480s, 470s, Classified SR-2 boards, etc.
With everything ready to launch the knockout phase of the WC2010 in South Africa, EVGA is ready to join in the football fever by offering its customers some seriously nice prizes. And no we don’t mean vuvuzelas either, we’re talking motherboards and graphics galore.

Despite the US team doing a great job in qualifying for the knockout phase, this deal is for Europeans only and EU residents who register an EVGA product from June 11th to July 11th 2010 will each receive 10 EVGA bucks that can be used for discounts in the EVGA Europe online store.

That’s not all though, as EVGA Europe World Cup Extravaganza Prize Giveaway, in which the customers are automatically entered, gives users a chance to win equipment such as GeForce GTX 480 FTW Hydro Copper graphics card, X58 Classified SR-2 motherboard, GTX 480 SC+ and much, much more.

It’s obvious that the company is keen on making the World Cup as enjoyable as possible for its customers. The proof of the company's good intents can also be seen in them not referring to football as soccer, not once! Our hat is off to EVGA and while we’re off practicing our vuvuzeling skills, you can find out more about this offer here.

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