Gamespot Is Partnering With c|net And Giant Bomb For A Console Contest

Are you worried that your parents, loved ones, or… children… didn’t get your hints, and you aren’t going to get the console that you’ve been wanting all year long? Well then Gamespot, c|net, and Giant Bomb are giving you a chance to win one of three different consoles.

This contest runs until December 31, 2019.

The prizes are:

  • Grand Prize: A PS4 Pro 1TB Jet Black and a $60 Playstation Store Gift Card.
  • First Prize: An XBOX One S All Digital Edition and a $60 Xbox Gift Card.
  • Second Prize: A Nintendo Switch Lite and a $70 Nintendo eShop Gift Card.
  • Gamespot clearly is trying to make up for their large amount of love they have given Xbox and Microsoft, or maybe c|net or Giant Bomb choose the prizes… What ever the reason, here is your chance to win one of three free consoles. Sign up for the giveaway, by heading Here for your chance to win.

    You can gain entries for the contest by:

  • Filling out an entry form.
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  • Check out GameSpot’s Deals.
  • Check out GameSpot’s Best Games of 2019.
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  • Check out CNET’s deals and promotions.
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  • Winners will be notified on January 2, 2020 via email, and they will have 48 hours to respond, or they forfeit their prize.

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    1. Hey there this is kinda of off topic but I was wondering if blogs use WYSIWYG editors or if you have to manually code with HTML. I’m starting a blog soon but have no coding expertise so I wanted to get guidance from someone with experience. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

      1. No problem, we get it.

        To be honest it’s always going to be a combination of the bunch depending on the user, or the group as a whole. We have some who simply edit text, and then it gets implanted, some that edit live in html editors, and some who simply are familiar with basic levels of html so they simply write in their code, as they are drafting their articles.

        You just have to do what makes you comfortable. Hope that helps!

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