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Patreon Exclusive: Win an XFX RX 590 Fatboy GPU (closed)

Update: This competition is now CLOSED. Thanks to all who entered. You can find our winner announcement post, HERE

It has been a couple of weeks since we launched our brand new Patreon page and yesterday, we also went live with our new Discord server. As a thank you to those supporting us on Patreon, we are running an exclusive graphics card giveaway, offering up a chance to win an XFX RX 590 Fatboy Edition GPU!

We will still be running hardware and game giveaways that are open to everyone. These Patreon exclusive giveaways are extras that we are throwing on top of the other giveaways we run. If you want to take part, you can sign up to be a backer. All of our Patreon tiers come with the Discord bonus, so it doesn’t matter if you pledge $1 or $10, you’ll be able to take part in our exclusive competitions.

We are keeping these simple and running our Patreon exclusive giveaways through Discord. Patreon backers get their own Discord role on the KitGuru server and access to two private text and two private voice channels. There is an exclusive giveaways text channel where you you can register your entry.

This competition will be open to our backers worldwide. The GPU will be shipped from the UK and clearly marked as a competition prize. Do keep in mind that if you are outside of the European Union, some countries may have a customs charge that we are not responsible for, so it is best to double check your local laws and regulations on receiving international parcels.

You can sign up to our Patreon HERE, join our Discord HERE, or even support KitGuru by purchasing official merch HERE.

KitGuru Says: Thanks to everyone who has joined our Patreon so far and to all of the wonderful people who are already taking part in our Discord channels. We look forward to seeing more of you over there.

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