Watching The Game Awards tonight could net you a free Steam Deck OLED

No better price.

As an enjoyer of PC games, the only thing that could possibly be better than a Steam Deck OLED is a free Steam Deck OLED. Or maybe money to buy all my wishlisted games. The Game Awards 2023 is offering up a chance to get Valve’s new handheld via a giveaway that starts tonight.

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The Game Awards 2023 kicks off today, December 7, at 7:30 pm EST. Once it starts, you can navigate over to the Steam Deck OLED giveaway page for a chance to get one for free. The Game Awards is also shelling out for the 1 TB version, not the 512 GB OLED, meaning you could potentially save yourself $649 to buy one yourself. The giveaway begins as the show starts, and will end at 11 pm EST tonight. Those chosen will get an email on Friday, December 8.

How to qualify for a free Steam Deck OLED during The Game Awards

The Game Awards is using a Gleam widget on the giveaway page with a countdown leading to the start of the show. To enter, you’ll need to provide contact information such as your email address, name, and address. You’re also required to have a Steam account. During the show, you’ll have to follow the Summer Game Fest and The Game Awards accounts on X/Twitter.

It looks like following all the steps will award four entries, which you can use during the giveaway. There are more rules, of course, and not every country qualifies. So be sure to check out the page ahead of time.

If you don’t want a free Steam Deck OLED, The Game Awards has other giveaways. There are 100 Lenovo Legion Go handhelds on offer tonight. The AMD-powered rival handheld has an MSRP of $699.99 for the 512 GB model. Getting it potentially for free certainly sounds much more desirable. You may also win tickets for Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Hollywood.

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Cameron Woolsey
A freelance writer, Cam has been playing games for decades and writing about them for about 15 years. He specializes in action RPGs, shooters, and brawlers, but will always make a little bit of time for indies and classics.
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