November 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Staying late to do a report for the boss? Bathtub sprang a leak? Dog got a migraine? Ever made an excuse to get more time gaming? It's time to confess. Sennheiser Gaming's Facebook Confession Booth gives gamers the chance to admit to their worst sins, and best excuses, to win an exclusive pla
er's trip for two to the World's biggest gadget fair in Las Vegas (and experience the nightlife, too).
It seems crazy. Your family is in the next room or your friends are hitting the town. Yet, all you want is "me time" with your favorite game. But how do you tell your nearest and dearest that what you'd rather be doing is fire up the PC or console for a marathon session of pixel-based escapism? You could be honest, but a real player knows the diplomatic value of a little white lie…
by Sennheiser Gaming shows that the majority of gamers are living with partners, have children and a demanding career. So with no time available, how is it that most guys manage to get 10 hours of game time per week?
Sennheiser Gaming is celebrating the love for gaming with a competition, inviting players to share their best (or worst) excuses via a global competition on
Apart from getting the confession off your chest, the player with the best confession will be awarded a trip for two to player's gadget heaven - the world's biggest consumer electronic fair, CES in
As an added bonus to anyone who confesses a sin, Sennheiser Gaming is giving out weekly prizes as well.
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