Win This $5399 65-Inch OLED TV For Your Gaming Room

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Everyone needs a good screen. So with all the incredible games already out, the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X to come, and titles like Cyberpunk 2077, Avengers on the horizon, we’ve got a special prize: a mammoth 65-inch LG OLED TV.

The TV we’re giving away is the LG CX 65-inch 4K OLED. It’s one of the best screens for gaming today, a 2020 model that costs $5399 in Australia at RRP. It’s been updated with G-SYNC compatibility too, making it a great fit for big-screen PC gaming as well.

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So, we’ve got this great 65-inch OLED TV for you to win. So how do you get it?

The answer is simple. Below you’ll see a small widget where you can enter your competition details. We’ll need your name and email address — because we’ve gotta contact the winner and arrange shipping details somehow.

You’ll have to follow the Kotaku Australia Twitch channel, which you can do below by hitting the +1 icon. The widget will ask for permission so you can follow the Twitch account, and then you can answer the following: What’s your favourite gaming TV memory?

We’ll announce the winning entry next week on site, and we’ll contact the winner through their supplied email. Make sure you use a real email, or you won’t win your prize!

Win an 65″ LG CX OLED TV!

If you’re interested in the full terms and conditions, you can read those here. Good luck everyone, and get cracking!

Comments

  • Some of these entries are so good.

    You’re all the best, and this is the best job I’ve ever had. Here’s to doing more cool stuff for y’all.

  • Is it picked at random (with the skill being you can complete a question) or are picking our your favourite?

    • According to the T&C’s it’s skill

      Game of skill. Chance plays no part in determining the Winner.

      I assume the Twitch entry is more of a validation of information

    • T&C’s say it’s a Game of Skill. So it’s not picked at random, but purposefully chosen on creativity of the answer of “What is your favourite memory gaming on a TV?”

      Usually done as to avoid paying a per-state permit for holding a competition.

      • That’s right, we’re selecting the winners. There’s no way around the +1 thing with the Gleam widget, but since we’re doing the judging it doesn’t have any impact.

    • My mate just splashed out on a 77inch 2020 model and we did a movie night last Sunday. They are indeed ridiculous. He played a demo reel and it went black….then it went true black. Very cool.

  • Well…considering my 10+ year old 46″ is showing it’s age, I might have to give this one a go. Younger me has so many good gaming memories.

  • I was looking for the 2019 models of this exact TV just last week. My friend has one and it’s amazing. I have serious TV envy. Congrats to whoever wins!

  • Poured my heart into my response. And regardless of who wins, it brought me back to a nice memory. Good luck to all the respondents and thanks Kotaku for running a cool competition! I used to love the old competitions back in the day 🙂

  • What a great competition. I love the criteria for entering being a memory of gaming on a TV.

    My old Sony 46-inch LCD is in dire need of replacing. This would be an awesome TV to put in its place.

  • First thought: “Oh cool! New TV! Count me in!”
    Second thought: “Oh. You need to have Twitch. Le sigh. Oh well, no TV for me.”

    • You don’t need to actively use Twitch or stream on it, if that’s an issue. You can still sign up and participate in the competition.

  • That new image of Serrels (I think it’s him) playing a PSVR doesn’t really make a lot of sense for this article since the contest is to win a TV. That’s almost sending the opposite message – if you have a VR headset strapped to your face then you aren’t looking at your brand spanking new 65 inch TV…

    • That’s been our “shock” stock image for a while (also because it’s Serrels and it’s just a great reaction). It’ll be swapped out in time, but it’s infinitely better than just a stock TV image.

      • I say “new” because when the story was originally published, it had an image of The Simpsons sitting on the couch. It was later replaced by Serrels with the PSVR headset.

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