Win a Gaming PC (Intel Core i5-12400/RTX 3060) Worth $1,500 from Gear Seekers

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Dates

Closing Date 20/07/2022

Prizes

Description Gaming PC (Intel Core i5-12400/RTX 3060)
No. of Prizes 1
Total Prize Pool $1,500.00

Entry Requirements

Open To Australia-wide
Entry Limit One per person
Entry Methods Gleam, Website
Prerequisites n/a

Specs:

INTEL CORE i5-12400
GIGABYTE B660M AORUS PRO AX DDR4
16GB CORSAIR VENGENANCE LPX DDR4
1TB SAMSUNG 980 NVME M.2 SSD
ASUS PHOENIX GEFORCE RTX 3060 V2
COUGAR MG140 AIR WHITE
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Comments

  • One of these entries wants Gleam to have access to your full youtube videos, playlists, and history, which seems a bit iffy. None of the other gleam comps have had that requirement for me.

    • +4

      Has anyone actually won anything from these gleam competitions?

      • +4

        I think so, because on the competition winners page here (where I think people have to manually mark that they won) some of them are gleam. https://www.ozbargain.com.au/competition/winners

      • +5

        I've won 2 times with competitions through gleam, including a PC from Gear Seekers.

        Proof:
        https://imgur.com/a/MbgJPgH

        • +1

          Holy cow, nice. Are the international competitions pointless to enter?

        • +2

          I've won a couple through gleam, can confirm it really happens!

        • woah nice

      • +3

        I've won a monitor and a GMMK pro 75% barebones keyboard both Gleam comps.

      • +1

        Gleam is just an entry mechanism. Companies choose to host competitions on gleam because it offers features like capturing entrants details and answers, integration with social media, randomisation of winners and anti-cheating detection. Whether the company sponsoring the competition pay out in the end is a different matter and gleam does not police that.

      • Yep. Won an Alienware Keyboard via a Gleam comp

    • +2

      Use Firefox multi-containers plugin ( https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/containers ) to force gleam to always open in a "spam" container, and allow gleam to link to a non-main youtube account, and voila, no harvesting of your #shorts watch history.

  • +2

    I tried 3 times (but refused to allow Gleam access) but I did everything else it wanted and it either took the page away where I sign up, or it let me sign up but then said I had 0 entries. I give up.

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