Corsair announced as CPC & bit-tech Pub Quiz partner

Written by Paul Goodhead

July 4, 2012 // 10:32 a.m.

Tags: #bit-tech-and-custom-pc-quiz #bit-tech-custom-pc-pub #bit-tech-quiz #cheesecake #competition #corsair #custom-pc-quiz #events #prizes #pub-quiz-2012 #quiz

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last two weeks, you’ll know that bit-tech and Custom PC are teaming up to host their first ever pub quiz. It’s sure to be a great night, and we’re busy thinking up some of the most fiendishly difficult question ever to have graced the world of tech geekdom especially for it.

We’re of course hoping to make the night as big an event as possible, so we’re therefore very excited to announce Corsair as a partner for the evening. We’re also thrilled to say that Corsair have been generous enough to put up a massive £2500 worth of prizes for the evening, meaning there will be some seriously chuffed teams walking away from the Phoenix pub on the 25th of July.

We’ll have everything from headsets to USB sticks up for grabs, and we’re structuring it so that we’ll have as many winners on the night as possible, so don’t despair if you’re bringing up the rear at the half way point.

If you’re interested in getting involved just grab a small group of equally techy friends to your cause and email in to quiznight@custompc.co.uk. Teams can have up to a maximum of five people in them, and all we need to book your place is a team name. It’d also be useful if you included a phone number in the email, but that’s not compulsory.

We’ll then email you back to confirm your spot at the quiz, and it’s only on receiving this confirmation email that your spot is definitely booked. There's no charge for the quiz, but there is a strict limit on numbers, so the earlier you book, the better!

Don’t worry if you can’t get a full team together, we’re more than happy to have teams of fewer than five there on the night. We can also pair you up with others who couldn’t muster a full team if you wish - just let us know in your email.

Right, we’re off to write some more questions; is stuff on pre 2000 CPU architecture codenames too much do you think?

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