Enter and Tweet #MyFavSmite for Free Tickets to SMITE World Championship in Atlanta, GA Jan 9th-11th

With a $2mil+ prize pool, the SMITE World Championship in Atlanta is going to be massive.
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On January 9th, the SMITE World Championship will kick off in Atlanta, Georgia…

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And we’ve got your ticket hook up!

UPDATE: We already contacted our winners, but due to the overwhelming number of entrants, we got 4 MORE tickets to give away. Keep entering!

Guild Launch and Hi-Rez Studios have six (6) pairs of tickets and one pair of SOLD OUT Golden Tickets to give away!

The contest runs December 21st to December 29th, so enter now!

UPDATE: Enter up until January 5th for a chance at one of the 4 ADDITIONAL tickets!

Winners will be chosen at random and will be notified by Guild Launch and Hi-Rez Studios with their e-tickets to the event.

Increase your odds:

  • Enter your email address to enter
  • Gain more entries with social media
  • Gain an additional entry by tweeting #MyFavSMITE along with the name of your favorite SMITE God

Winners win a pair of tickets to the SMITE championships in Atlanta, GA 1/9/15-1/11/15. Tickets are not redeemable for cash and have no cash value. Winner is solely responsible for transportation and any travel expenses. For more information on the championship tournament and the event schedule, please visit: http://www.hirezstudios.com/smite/promo/smite-world-championship.

But wait, there’s more!

Through this contest, we also have access to a special discount just for Guild Launch fans ordering tickets. If you want more tickets to the event, use the code “GLFANS” for a huge 35% discount on standard ticket purchases.

The SMITE World Championship currently has a massive prize pool of over 2 million dollars! If you can’t make it to the event in person, be sure to watch it streaming live on Twitch.TV and consider buying one of the Digital Tickets for an enhanced viewing experience and lots of SMITE goodies.

If Twitch isn’t your style or you are on the go, fans can also listen in to the SMITE World Championship using Banter, the free Guild Launch-created broadcasting app for iOS and Android devices. Banter uses minutes instead of data, so fans don’t have to hog bandwidth or burn through data plans to tune in (most mobile contracts provide unlimited minutes). You can find more information about Banter on the App Store page as well as on Google Play

Happy holidays!

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