AION:DREAMHACK WINTER IS AROUND THE CORNER
06/11/2009 03:18:12 AM

DreamHack Winter, a big event of electronic game competition, is around the corner. What’s this? You may be wondering whether it will bring you some Aion kinah. As the biggest PC festivals in the world, it attracts tens of thousands of players to take part in the three-day contest. This year, it will be held from November 26 to 29 in Jönköping, Sweden. Some top teams in Europe and other parts of the world will join. And the winner will get a good amount of money.

Aion players, who haven’t yet tried the game to DreamHack, will be given an entourage of 16 fully decked out Aion gaming stations, where you can easily get Aion weapons and Aion jewels. Furthermore, representatives of the Aion team will be staffing the booth. They’ll be there to answer questions and to show you the ropes in Atreia. Once Aion gets all of your friends properly hooked, they will have demo serial codes to give to your friends so that they can try the game a bit more before committing to a purchase. The demo serial codes will run for three days, five game play hours, or seven levels, whichever comes first.

The festival schedule offers a hot Aion PvP tournament where brave battle teams will duke it out against each other in the booth. Nice prizes will be provided by Razer and SteelSeries, and given to the victors in the tournament’s finals.

Swedish Aion fans have also prepared something for this event.  And fans, staffs and some other people will be present to hold the Aion banner.

If you are really interested, DreamHack still has spots available, for a visitor or for those who are going to partake in the full event. Hot aion items are waiting for you!

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