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Last Week of Huntkey Online Gaming Event -- First Prize Is Approaching

SHENZHEN, China, Nov. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Huntkey's 20th anniversary online gaming event started on Oct. 1st, 2012 and is going to end this week. During the last seven weeks, many winners have been chosen and prizes have been shipped. Here is the list:

Oleg Klimoshenko

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Amanzholov Sanzhar Margulanovich

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Ruslan Musakulov

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Baglan Baizhanisov

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Nurbol Imanbekov

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Nurzhan Kalamkhatov

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Yevgeniy Pogrebitskiy

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Shevtsova Anastassiya

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Aidynbek Sandybayev

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Tverdohlebov Andrey Nikolaevich

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Zhanat Manepov

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Grigoryev Yevgeniy

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Danil Kireev

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Vladimir Gusev

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Natalya Tyumentseva

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Mukhanov Yerkebulan

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Dmitriy Vassilyev

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Kalinina Alevtina Ivanovna

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Dudina Ekaterina Sergeevna

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Vadim Rozhkov

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Kanabekov Aidyn

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Agafonov Konstantin Yuryevich

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Mukusheva Gulnar

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Karp Dmitriy

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Boribayev Yernur

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Azamat Azatov

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Mihail Krysyk

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"I know about Huntkey as I have a Huntkey notebook adapter. I'm confident in its reliability. Now I've won this X-MAN 90W laptop car charger and it saves my laptop from running out of power while traveling," said Danil Kirreev, who won an X-MAN 90W laptop car charger.

Vadim Rozhkov, a 24 year-old IT manager, won a Huntkey 5V2.1A car charger and is very happy about that. "I have been using Huntkey power supplies and chassis for a long time. I like them very much. They are high-quality products. I will suggest my friends buy Huntkey products."

Some of the winners have sent us photos.

Aidynbek Sandybayev, a third prize winner (http://www.huntkeydiy.com/UserFiles/eWebEditor/UploadFile/201211/2012112619488467.jpg )

Grigoryev Yevgeniy, a third prize winner (http://www.huntkeydiy.com/UserFiles/eWebEditor/UploadFile/201211/2012112619506188.jpg )

There are some winners we have chosen but haven't confirmed their shipping information. Please refer to the list as below:

skajler2

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Indira

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Sasha

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Rasool

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TeslaZMax

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tanya2141

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Amirlan Mukhanov

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kysa

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Sergei

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Artem

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RED

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Alexei Chernyshev

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Gegeris Anton

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For these winners, please check your email to confirm the related information as soon as possible as we're going to cancel the prizes after one week.

As this event is going to end after this week, our first prize winners are going to be chosen very soon. The first prize will be two X7 900W power supplies, which are 80PLUS Silver certified. A 900W power supply with ultra-high efficiency will be a reliable power partner for your system. Check http://www.huntkeydiy.com/en/product/p-21-146.html for more detailed information about this super-cool prize. (http://www.huntkeydiy.com/UserFiles/eWebEditor/UploadFile/201211/20121126195259710.jpg )

Want to win this super-cool power supply? Go to http://www.huntkeydiy.com:8000 (for users in Russia) or http://www.huntkeydiy.com:8001 (for users in Kazakhstan) and play the game to stand a chance. Seize your last opportunity as the event is going to end on Nov. 30th. (http://www.huntkeydiy.com/UserFiles/eWebEditor/UploadFile/201211/20121126195355779.jpg )

About Huntkey

Huntkey Enterprise Group, founded in 1992, is a professional provider that specializes in the development, design, manufacturing and marketing of power supplies. Huntkey's products include power supplies (1W~250KW), power systems, computer cases, universal notebook adapters, power banks, chargers, power supply converters, power strips, LED lights, etc. The industrial parks of Huntkey in Shenzhen, Heyuan and Hefei, which cover a total area of over 750,000 square meters, are now the largest IT manufacturing base in mainland China. Huntkey, with over 8,000 employees has set up its branch companies in Hong Kong and Japan. Its clients are found all over the world in more than 50 countries and regions, including Lenovo, DELL, Bestbuy, Exper, Vestel, Positivo, Durama, Unicoba, DSG, HCL, Carrefour, FPT, Siragon, Olidata, etc.

For more information about Huntkey, please visit http://www.huntkeydiy.com.

SOURCE Huntkey Enterprise Group

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