Hello brave contenders! Welcome to the last part of this journey. Over the course of a number of live streams, you were tasked with answering questions about PUBG! Now, the results are in and the winners, the five lucky Chicken Dinner holders from our PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Competition, have been chosen!
The entries were numerous, and the answers… well… all over the place, but that is all part of the fun!
All winners will receive a download token for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds on Xbox One. The super popular game released on Xbox One at the start of 2018, and has basically pioneered the battle royale genre as we know it today.
As for the questions that needed answering, there were five in total! In order to win, you literally only had to answer one of the five, or all of them and stand an even bigger chance of winning. That said, the answers were mostly geared toward the Xbox version of the game, and might have proved a little bit tough for some of you. Fortunately, most of you got the answers right.
Let me hold you up no longer. The winners for the Win With Vamers: PUBG on Xbox One competition are as follows:
JOHN JAMES HOPLEY
It goes without saying that this competition was only possible because of all of you, our Vamerites. It is thanks to our fans that we can host competitions like these, without relying on distributors for sponsorships.
With that said, keep an eye on Vamers for more future and ongoing competitions, like the Win With Vamers: God of War (2018) Limited Edition competition.
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