The prize was a fan-coveted custom t-shirt design displaying “MaximusBlack Quest to Grandmaster”. In order to win each participant had to “Like” the custom t-shirt company's Facebook page, “Like” CheckSix Gaming’s Facebook page, and “Share” the post.
Many participated, but “Pete Vang” and “PandemoniumKnight” were the winners. “We wanted to congratulate the two winners and thank all the passionate CheckSix fans who participated. The interest, buzz and participation was so positive that we're compelled to hold more contests and promotions very soon,” said VP of Marketing and E-Commerce at Rush Order Tees, Ron Reed.
The online custom t-shirt printer is going to be the official licensed supplier of Check-Six event apparel. Rush Order Tees will help foster the growth and development of the e-sports industry and hopefully by holding these contests it will excite fans and players within the industry.
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