This Thursday marks the start of the Weekend at War film festival at Stratford Picturehouse, run by World of Tanks creators, Wargaming.net. To celebrate they're giving away a complimentary pass to all the classic World War 2 films that'll be shown at the event, and some Logitech gear, including a G400s gaming mouse and the extremely glowy G510s keyboard and a headset to boot. Oh, and you'll get a chunk of in-game World of Tanks cash. Answer the questions below for a chance at winning. The competition closes tomorrow, and the lucky victor will receive word this week. Read on for the full details.
Wargaming say " We have 2500 Gold available (used for in‐game top ups!) a full pass to see all the films and a bundle of Logitech goodness that includes a G400s mouse, G510ss keyboard and a G230 headset.
he Logitech G400s is up to eight times faster than a standard USB mouse, the GG510s includes 18 programmable G‐keys that make complex actions simple by allowing you to configure up to 54 unique functions and custom backlit keys allows you to assign a unique colour to your game profiles. Match these with the G230 headset which offers game‐quality stereo sound: 40mmm neodymium drivers deliver high‐quality stereo sound."
To win email your answers to the questions below to firstname.lastname@example.org:
1. Name the character played by Donald Sutherland in Kelly's Heroes?
2. What is an 'ice cold' as referred to in the film Ice Cold in Alex?
3. How many times faster than standard is the Logitech G400s mouse?
Nothing there a bit of Googling can't solve. Good luck!
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