LONDON, UK - December 1st, 2008 - D+PAD, an independent British gaming website and online magazine, today announced the launch of its Christmas Countdown Competition in association with hmv.com, the UK & Ireland’s leading music, film and games specialist.
Starting today until December 24th, a new gaming prize will be available to win every day on D+PAD’s Christmas Countdown Calendar ( http://www.christmascountdown.dpadmagazine.com), with prizes consisting of new release games across all formats and other special surprises.
Entrants will be entered into a prize draw and one lucky winner will be chosen at random each day. But be sure to get your entries in quickly – each prize will only be available to win within the first 24 hours of the window opening!
So if you’re feeling lucky this Christmas, head over to http://www.christmascountdown.dpadmagazine.com every day between the 1st and the 24th of December to see if you can win yourself some great prizes.
For terms and conditions visit: http://www.dpadmagazine.com/christmascompetitionterms/
D+PAD is an independent British gaming website and PDF magazine offering print-magazine quality copy and design in one free download.
Featuring news, reviews, previews, interviews and features as well as integrated audio and video streaming, D+PAD Magazine is a great modern alternative to premium paper magazines.
More information about D+PAD can be found at http://www.dpadmagazine.com.
HMV is the UK & Ireland’s leading music, film and games specialist – offering the widest selection of new release and catalogue titles across all genres and formats – physical and digital, in a multi-channel shopping environment: in-store at over 240 shops nationwide and online and as downloadable mp3 content via hmv.com.
HMV also caters to a growing demand for Personal and Home Technology products, such as MP3 players, and for Entertainment and Popular Culture products, including t-shirts, books and licensed products.
HMV has an unrivalled heritage in retailing recorded music and entertainment products across all formats, symbolised by its iconic ‘dog & gramophone’ trademark, featuring ‘Nipper’.
For further information contact:
Deputy Editor, D+PAD