Hey, are you a fan of first person shooters, but are struggling to keep your kill/death ratio at a non-embarrassing number? Do you jump into Call of Duty and spend more time watching the “killcam” then scoring headshots for your team? Well, thanks to a partnership between military gaming charity Operation Supply Drop and legendary e-Sports ninja Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel, one individual will have a unique opportunity to hold court with the first person shooter master. Fatal1ty is offering up a lesson to the winner of our December charity raffle (raising money to help build video game care packages for troops); an hour long lesson on how to frag. And let’s face it: you want to have the guy who currently holds the Guinness World Record on fragging (672 kills in 60 minutes, set in 2009) show you just how he puts a hurt on his competition!
Simply donate to Operation Supply Drop for your chance to win, then tweet/follow about the raffle using the Rafflecopter widget below!
1) Use the Chipin link on the front of Front Towards Gamer.com. OR
2) Use the Chipin link on the front page of Operation Supply Drop.org. OR
3) Make a Paypal donation to email@example.com.
Every $3 you donate gets you one raffle ticket towards winning the grand prize, and there’s no limit to how many tickets you can purchase! The drawing HAS BEEN EXTENDED to be held on New Years Eve at 12:00 Eastern Standard Time!
For the sake of simplifying things even more, here’s the plug in right here. Click below to make your donation!
With 12 World Titles in 5 different games, Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel’s experience as the world’s most successful video gamer gives him a unique perspective as to what gamers need and want from the products they purchase in order to gain a competitive advantage. Fatal1ty’s dedicated involvement in product development allows the Fatal1ty Brand to create technically advanced features that discriminating gamers crave and can afford.
In honor of his contributions to video gaming, Fatal1ty was awarded the first ever Lifetime Achievement Award by E-Sports. He was inducted into the International Video Game Hall of Fame in August 2010 and holds a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.