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AFL Tipping Competition 2012
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The Official Drop Bear Gaming AFL Tipping Competition is back again this year so join in and win some stuff!

Given the success of our competition last year we have decided to have another go this year so we hope all of you who played along last year are back for more and hopefully some new people join us too! This year we will have prizes for first, second, and third place which I won’t divulge right now except to say that the first prize will be $150 worth of games or gaming related paraphenalia (can even be $150 worth of iTunes credit if you choose), and we will have random prizes of Drop Bear Gaming merchandise and other stuff!

The competition will be run on the Official AFL Tipping website at http://tipping.afl.com.au because the system which they use is pretty simple. The reason I’ve decided to use that site is because when you are registered and have signed up for our private competition, you will only have to enter your tips on one page each week, and you will be entered in the Official AFL Tipping competition which has cash prizes, as well as our competition.

Here are the steps you need to follow to jump in!

1 – Go to http://tipping.afl.com.au and click Register, follow the prompts to get signed up.
2 – To add our private competition to your account you will need to enter the code T7QD2YUH4Z
3 – Jump on here and let us know that you are signed up!
4 – Enter your tips each week

I’ll post up more information about the prizes for the competition soon, just know that they will be good, and there will be choices so that the winners will get something they want! The season starts on March 24th so make sure you sign up now so you don’t miss out.

If you have any problems or questions feel free to comment here. Good luck and have fun!


 
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Lucas
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