byZach Yonzon||July 16th 2009 at 1:00pmJuly 16th 2009 1:00 pm
Did you run out of tickets for this year's BlizzCon? If you're like the majority of people who queued up for tickets but clicked a nanosecond too late, and are now mulling over DirectTV's pay-per-view package (it does come with a Murloc...), the cool guys over at Razer might have something worth looking into. They're sending a pair of lucky Blizzard fanboys (or girls) to Anaheim, booking them at a hotel, giving them a pair of BlizzCon passes, and topping it off with $300 in pocket change. Sounds like a great deal, right? Of course it does, as long as you're a resident of the United States or Canada, that is.
That tiny little detail aside (sorry, all you folks from rest of the world), all you have to do is register over at Razer's BlizzCon '09 contest page and complete a pair of pretty cool quests which will require you to, ah, rifle through Razer's "book of faces" and tap into their "avian based network". It's a fun little exercise that won't take more than a few clicks and keystrokes with a dash of token sleuthing. If you don't manage to snag the Grand Prize, you just might be lucky enough to win one of ten DeathAdder gaming mice or one of ten Razergear Messenger Bags and laptop sleeves. It certainly seems easier than writing a letter to Nvidia, right? Now get hopping, all you citizens of the US and Canada! We'll see you at BlizzCon!