BioWare countdown reveals competition

North American gamers bid on loot.

The BioWare countdown timer we mentioned last week has run down and revealed... a North American competition to win PCs and merchandise.

It's called the BioWare Bazaar and is described as "a week long series of online auctions featuring over 400 prizes, ranging from custom painted PCs to BioWare apparel and more!"

"To bid on these auctions, fans will have to collect tokens through various challenges. On April 6th at 9AM PDT the first BioWare Bazaar auction will begin, with new prizes being auctioned every 15 minutes until 4PM PDT on Saturday."

The prize list reveals that US and Canadian BioWare fans can win computers and consoles branded up with Mass Effect 2 and Dragon Age: Origins artwork, along with graphics cards, memory sticks, laptops and a lot of BioWare merchandise.

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