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Win tickets to Insomnia i61 for you and a friend!

Fancy going to Insomnia i61 next month? Well then we have the competition for you! This week, we are teaming up with AOC to give away two pairs of Insomnia i61 BYOC Plus tickets including camping, worth around £235 each. AOC has even been kind enough to throw five runner-up prizes into the mix.

For those who don’t know, Insomnia is the UK’s largest LAN gaming event. It takes place at the NEC in Birmingham from the 25th of August until the 28th. We are giving two KitGuru readers the chance to win a pair of BYOC Plus tickets to i61, which includes Access to the festival each day for 5 days, as well as an early check in to the festival. Camping will also be provided but transport to and from the event is not included. If you can’t bring your own PC to the event, then you will be able to rent a system for the duration of the festival.

Aside from the main prize, we will also be giving five runner-ups an AOC AGON goody bag, which includes merch like t-shirts, wristbands, stickers and more.


In order to enter this competition, all you need to do is send us an email letting us know that you would like to attend. Also be sure to follow AOC Gaming on Twitter and Facebook.

Click THIS LINK to enter via email. If your browser is blocking the code (or you don’t have a default email client set up) then just email us at [email protected] with subject line ‘I want to go to i61!’. Remember to include a link to your Facebook or Twitter profile so we can double check you’re a real person and not a spambot.

This giveaway will run from the 28th of July until the 13th of August. This competition is only open to readers to Europe but do keep in mind that travel costs are not included with the main prize. We will pick and announce a winner on the main site on Monday the 14th of August. Please note that KitGuru may use your email address for future mailing lists. You can unsubscribe permanently from these emails at any time. Please note that multiple entries from the same email address will be ignored. Do not email other KitGuru addresses, or send private messages via Facebook, our contact pages, or forums – they will be ignored and your entry will be classed as invalid.

KitGuru Says: Good luck!

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