Ignition Entertainment And Draven Launch “Obscure: The Aftermath Win A Wii” Contest
Lucky Winner to Receive a Wii, Obscure: The AftermathAnd Draven Gear
MARCH 24, 2008 – Marina del Rey, CA–Ignition Entertainment USA has partnered with Southern California apparel company Draven to sponsor the “Obscure: The Aftermath Win a Wii™” contest. Ignition Entertainment and Draven will award the winner with a Wii console, along with a copy of the survivor-horror videogame Obscure: The Aftermath and a complete Draven outfit. Obscure: The After math will be released for Wii, PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system and PC DVD-Rom on March 25, 2008.
“We’re nearing the big launch of Obscure: The Aftermath and the excitement is growing,” said Ajay Chadha,president of Ignition Entertainment USA. “This contest gives horror fans and gamers alike the chance to win an awesome game on a great console, while scoring some very cool Draven clothing.”
Draven recently supplied shoes and clothing for a groundbreaking series of live-action videos based on Ignition’ s upcoming survival-horror videogame Obscure: The Aftermath. The videos can be viewed by visiting www.obscureaftermath.com.
“Draven is thrilled to be a part of Ignition’s Obscure: The Aftermath launch,” said Chad Romiti, Marketing Director for Draven. “We’ve always felt a kinship with the gaming community and are excited to deliver one of the hottest gaming consoles into the hands of one lucky Obscure fan.”
“Obscure: The Aftermath Win a Wii” Competition Prizes
One Wii game system, one copy of Obscure: The Aftermath Wii software, one Draven tee shirt, one Draven hoodie, one pair of Draven shoes, one Draven hat, and one Draven backpack.
One Draven hoodie, one Draven tee shirt and one copy of Obscure: The Aftermath Wii software.
One copy of Obscure: The Aftermath Wii software.
The contest is now open and entries may be submitted to the official contest website at www.draven.com/contest.php from March 24 until April 24, 2008. All entrants must be 18 years or older at the time of entry and a U.S. citizen.