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Submitted by mathsman 361d ago | news

Win a trip to Gamescom with PlayStation

Following the success of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe’s (SCEE) competition that invited gamers to enter for a chance to win a trip to last month’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles, the publisher has launched another competition for the European equivalent: Gamescom. Taking place in Cologne next month, Gamescom will feature a very big presence from the PlayStation brand including PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and, of course, PlayStation 4. (Culture, Gamescom 2013, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, PSP)

mushroomwig  +   361d ago
'Competition Finished'

So much for that, eh?
carmelo43  +   361d ago
That was fast lol
abzdine  +   361d ago
but it's free access from 22 until 25th.
i am going there this year on the weekend of 23rd.
babis1974  +   361d ago
the competition was made by lucky look...fastest than his shadow...

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