Whether you love them or hate them, Alienware and Dell do some pretty awesome things from time to time. If you’re in Australia (or will be shortly), they’re currently working on the inaugural Australian Alienware Clan Challenge, where you and four of your mates can – you guessed it – win a bunch of Alienware stuff.
Specifically: a high performance Alienware Aurora gaming desktop (Intel® Core™ i7-950 3.06GHz processors, 12GB DDR3 1333Mhz memory and 300GB 10,000rpm WD Velociraptor hard drives), Alienware OptX AW2310 23″ 3D Full HD Widescreen Monitor, and Alienware TactX Mouse, Keyboard, and Headset. Take note: each prize pack is valued at AU$5,800!
Richard Lawes, Business Manager at CyberGamer Australia gushes:
“This event is going to be the greatest event Australian e-sports has seen in years, epic in scale, epic in proportions, played out on epic gaming hardware. It’s a privilege to be involved.”
Teaming up with CyberGamer, the first part of the competition is an online Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare competition, which will run from March 5th to April 8th. The top eight teams will be sent to Sydney on April 17th to face each other on a purpose-built Alienware Aurora LAN setup.
If you want in, form a clan of up to 5 gamers and head over to www.alienwarearena.com.au to sign in.
But wait – you don’t have four mates you can rally around in order to win a PC? Alienware to the rescue, with the Arena website featuring an area where you can enter your details, chat with potential clan members and make up a team of randoms.