Valve to give away over 100 Steam Deck handhelds during The Game Awards

Valve plans to give away at least 180 Steam Deck handhelds during The Game Awards stream showcase on December 8, users have to watch on Steam to enter.

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Valve will give away over 180 units of the hottest handhelds on the market in just a few days.

Valve to give away over 100 Steam Deck handhelds during The Game Awards 44

Valve has announced that it will give out a Steam Deck PC handheld every minute that The Game Awards is streamed. Last year's show was 3 hours and 30 minutes, and The Game Awards 2022 is expected to be "roughly three hours," which means that Valve should give out at least 180 Steam Deck systems.

To enter you just have to sign in to this link and then watch The Game Awards showcase live through the Steam platform.

"We're celebrating with the gaming community by giving away one Steam Deck every minute of this year's live broadcast of The Game Awards on Steam!

"In celebration of The Game Awards, Steam Deck now being in stock, and gaming in general, we will be giving away one 512GB Steam Deck every minute during the live airing of The Game Awards."

Here's more information about the rules and terms of the giveaway:

You must register to enter the drawing and be watching The Game Awards on Steam to be eligible to win.

To register, you must be in the US, Canada, UK, or the EU, have made purchase on Steam between November 14, 2021 and November 14, 2022 to verify the country, be in good standing, and not have a limited account. Learn about limited accounts.

On December 8th when The Game Awards airs, every minute a random name will be drawn from the pool of registrants currently watching the show on Steam.

We will be streaming The Game Awards at - winner will be announced in chat as each drawing takes place.

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