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Turtle Beach embarks on search to find the true beautiful game

#YourBeautifulGame campaign asks gamers to nominate their favourite videogame and win huge prizes

23 rd June 2014: Turtle Beach, the leading audio brand in the videogames industry, is today embarking on a quest to crown the community’s favourite game.

From now until July 9 th, gamers are being encouraged to nominate their favourite videogame in a poll which will ask male, female, young and old to come together to crown the most popular title of all time.

Before the poll begins Turtle Beach is asking the community to support their favourite game or series by submitting a campaign video, image or even text nomination explaining why it’s so deserving. Nominations can be submitted via http://yourbeautifulgame.com or on the Turtle Beach Facebook page.

Spot prizes will be available throughout the nomination period – with one lucky winner bagging the ultimate gaming prize, consisting of several next-gen consoles complete with a top-of-the-range Turtle Beach headsets with which to enjoy the best possible gaming experience.

“During this summer of sport, everyone’s talking about the ‘beautiful game’, but we wanted to discover the world’s most celebrated videogame,” said David Roberton, VP of International Marketing at Turtle Beach Corporation. “We’re genuinely interested to see people’s passion for their favourite games, characters and franchises and why they consider them to be so enthralling.”

Voting and full terms and conditions are now open at http://yourbeautifulgame.com

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