Last chance to enter a team for the bit-tech & Custom PC Pub Quiz

Written by Paul Goodhead

July 18, 2012 | 13:58

Tags: #bit-tech-custom-pc-pub #events #pub-quiz-2012

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It’s now only a week until the inaugural bit-tech and Custom PC Pub Quiz but plenty of stuff is still happening behind the scenes.

We can announce, for example, that in addition to having Corsair on board as a partner and main prize sponsor, we’ve also teamed up with Paradox Interactive. This means that everyone who attends will be walking away with not one but two steam codes - not bad for just making your way into central London eh?

We’re also working hard on making sure that the winners get their hands on something unique - if all our plans come together there should be a decidedly cheesecake shaped prize, and also something large and shiny for the winning team to hold aloft for all to see. These particular prizes are however depended on our hunger pangs on the day of the quiz, and us ever finding a gold spray paint that doesn’t rub off at the slightest provocation.

If you want to snap up one of the remaining few tables at the quiz just grab a small group of equally techy friends and email in to 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.

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.

With that said, we’re off to polish up the last few questions for the event - we do hope you know your TCP from your TDP.
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