We're running a competition where you can win one of five $100 Steam vouchers. And the plus side is all you have to do is fill out a quick survey. The aim of which is get better suited sponsors to help fund your favourite esports - which means more tournaments, more affordable tickets, better infrastructure, and more.
Sure, surveys take time and most of the ones that claim to be quick take several minutes. So trust us, when we say this one can be completed in a couple of minutes. Simply anonymously tell us a bit about you and then answer a few questions.
Which you can easily squeeze in between rounds of Apex Legends, Rainbow Six Siege, or even waiting for your opponent's turn in Hearthstone.
Participating will help build our esports community, so a big thanks from all of the team here at AusGamers and good luck!
The last AGN comp I entered a few of us tried to get feedback on whether or not anyone had even won, and just got crickets. No replies, no updates to the comp page with winners...
Which come was this? We do contact winners privately via details provided.
I think his point is we don't get to see the winners so how do we know if it was even judged?inner.
Yeah I thought the same thing Raven. Winners are never announced. I think the winning answers for those "in 25 words or less" should be posted as news. I had a killer one that won a PS4 game. The question was something about getting some exoskeleton amour and what you would use it for. I said to take bring in the woolies shopping in one go :).
So ausgamers does honor the comps. Just not advertised.
Do you listen to music or audio books whilst you play games?
What the f*** who does that?!
What the f*** who does that?!I do sometimes if it's a JRPG, Building or puzzle game and I like my music better than theirs.
Also great for long games like AoE, Sins of a Solar Empire. If I ever got into MineCraft I would imagine it would only take about 3 minutes before I had some tunes on too.>
I do sometimes if it's a JRPG, Building or puzzle game and I like my music better than theirs.
Oh fair enough. I imagined playing an adventure game where the music is really important not only to the feel but gameplay.
Yeah, couldn't do it in an immersive Action, Adventure or FPS. If i'm grinding in an RPG or one of the (very long) world builder type games I switch to other music.
When I did game years ago, I used to regularly play pub cs with music cranking
play pub cs with music cranking THROUGH MY MICROPHONE
Yes that's what I thought as well. you're one of THOSE people!