DDO and LOTRO players can win 100K Turbine points

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 2 December 2010 16:26 GMT


Turbine has kicked off a 100,000 Turbine Point giveaway, and if you play DDO or LOTRO, you should really enter to win.

One 1st place winner will receive 100,000 Turbine Points to use within DDO or LOTRO.

Two 2nd prize winners will receive a lifetime subscription to either game.

And five 3rd place winners will receive 1,000 Turbine Points.

To enter, click the respective links for each game below between December 1 and 31.

If you don’t have an account, you can also register for a free trial. Players that already have a DDO or LOTRO account just need to login to be entered. Each game will have individual drawings, so players may enter to win for each game, but must be signed-up separately.

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