Don’t forget! You can win a $350 prize for one screenshot!

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Competition by Matt S.


Have we got a special competition to share with all our wonderful readers at DDNet! The folks at EPOS have provided us with a unit of their EPOS GTW 270 to give away. That’s $Aus349.99 in value.

These earbuds are absolutely worth the investment. As we noted in our review, they offer crisp, precise sound at an incredibly low latency which, for gaming, means that you can play games with even the most demanding timing, like the Hatsune Miku rhythm games, without latency ruining your perfect scores. What’s more, when you’re not gaming, these are premium earbuds for music on the go, with some exceptional noise-cancelling capabilities.

Entering the competition is simple. Australian law requires that the winner is determined via a game of skill, and so we’re going to do a photo mode contest! You just need to do two things!

1) Sign up to our all-new newsletter (click here to sign up)
2) Jump on Twitter (or any other social network we’re on… or just in the comments on this story) to tweet at us a screenshot of the first game you’d play with these earbuds blasting the music and sound out. 

Make us laugh, cry, or marvel at your digital photography skills – it’s the best screenshot that will win. If you are using Twitter, tweet your screenies at @mattsainsb and @eposaudiogaming with the hashtag #DDNetPhotoComp. Otherwise, just make it clear that the screenshot is your entry. 
Get creative with this! 
The best screenshot will be announced via the newsletter and we’ll be in touch with the winner to organise the shipment of the earbuds.

The competition is open to everyone in the world, and runs through to 11pm, Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time, March 19, so get going with these screenshots!

– Matt S. 
Find me on Twitter: @mattsainsb

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