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Valve will be giving away one Steam Deck per minute for the duration of The Game Awards

Valve today announced a massive giveaway at The Game Awards next week. The society will give away a 512GB Steam Deck console for every minute of streaming showand participation is also open to Italian users, although there are requirements to be met.

How to participate in the Steam Deck Console Give Away

To participate in the giveaway you will need to meet some requirements, such as having a Steam account with a “good reputation” (so no bans and no active restrictions). It will also need to have made at least one purchase on the site in the period between 14 November 2021 and 14 November 2022.

Those who meet these requirements can do apply to participate in the giveaway here.

The Game Awards will be streamed on the official Steam TV site on December 8, 2022 at 18:00, Italian time.

Competing for the most awaited award – The Game of The Year Awards – of The Game Awards 2022 are: A Plague Tale: Requiem, Elden Ring, God of War Ragnarok, Horizon Forbidden West, Stray e Xenoblade Chronicles 3. The candidates for the best independent game – Best Indie – are instead: Cult of the Lamb, Neon White, Sifu, Stray e TUNIC. Great expectations also for the Best RPG Award which will be contested between Elden Ring, Live a Live, Pokemon Legends: Arceus, Triangle Strategy e Xenoblade Chronicles 3

Finally, we remind you that the team will follow the event in live stream on our Twitch channel, to comment together on the winners and the titles they will announce during the awards ceremony.

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