Win a Console or Games in DualShockers’ Summer of Community Giveaway! (Updated with our Second Winner)

DualShockers' Summer of Community is here, and we are celebrating by giving out a console and games every Friday all summer! Find out how to enter

on July 15, 2017 9:00 AM

With E3 in our rear-view mirror, the summer sun of 2017 is upon us! And besides barbecues, road trips and catching up with your gaming backlog what else is summer good for? Giveaways!

This summer at DualShockers is the Summer of Community. Among other community events we have in the works, every Friday of the summer (until late-August) we will be giving a game of choice (up to $59.99) to members of the community!

Even better, the last Friday (September 1, 2017) we will be handing out a grand prize: a brand new game console of the winner’s choice (up to $400)!

I can already hear you now: “How do I enter? Do I have to share/follow things on social media?” Hell no, this is the Summer of Community, not the Summer of Following.

To enter, all you need to do is be an active member of the community! Post on our articles, chat back with DualShocker and DualShockers Staff on Twitter, go to an upcoming community meetup in New York, or even join us in some Rocket League or Tekken 7 tournaments. Each week, the editors will hand-pick one of our many amazing readers to win the weekly prize.

And that is about it! Here at DualShockers, we are proud to have the best and brightest community of gamers. This is a summer to celebrate you, and how much we appreciate everything you all do!

For more information on eligibility and official rules, check out the DualShockers Summer of Community Giveaway Terms and Conditions.

Winners List:

July 7th Winner: R. Hoffman – Yooka-Laylee Digital Deluxe Edition (Steam)

July 14th Winner: FogKnight – Yakuza 0 (PS4)

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Lou Contaldi is the Editor-in-Chief at DualShockers, specializing in both reviews and the business behind gaming. He began writing about tech and video games while getting his Juris Doctor at Hofstra University School of Law. He is maybe the only gaming journo based in Nashville, TN.