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Win an AVerMedia Live Gamer Extreme 3 capture card!

Looking to kickstart your own gaming livestream or YouTube channel? Then we have the perfect competition for you. This month, we are teaming up with AVerMedia to give away a Live Gamer Extreme 3 capture card, capable of recording footage at up to 4K resolution. 

We reviewed the Live Gamer Extreme 3 USB capture card a few weeks ago, praising it for its small size, simple setup process and software. Usually, these sell for £160, but for Black Friday, the capture card is 25% off, bringing the price down to £119. If you fancy your chances at getting one for free, then read on for details on how to enter our competition.

How to Enter

First off, be sure to follow AVerMedia on Twitter and let them know we sent you. To enter the competition, you'll need to send an email to [email protected] with the subject line ‘I want to win a capture card!‘. If you have an email client installed, you can click HERE.

In your email, include an answer to the following question – what is the maximum record resolution of the Live Gamer Extreme 3? If you need help, you'll be able to find the answer on this product page.

Terms and Conditions: This competition is open in Europe, running from the 24rd of November to the 30th of November 2022 23.59 BST. A Winner will be picked, contacted and announced shortly after the close date. In compliance with GDPR, all entry emails will be deleted from our servers once the competition ends. The winners will be contacted directly by a KitGuru staff member to organise prize shipping. 

KitGuru Says: Good luck to everyone entering – we'll be back next week to announce the winner! 

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