DSOGaming Giveaway – Win 20 Keys for the real-time strategy game, Taste of Power [UPDATE: Winners]

Taste of Power is a real-time strategy game set in an alternate medieval world, where Europe, Middle East, and China confront each other. And we are happy to report that PR Nordic has provided us with 20 keys to give away.

As with our previous contests, you can participate in this giveaway by simply leaving a ‘Thank You’ comment below. We will delete both duplicate and off-topic comments. We will delete comments from all the accounts that were created for the previous giveaways (Disqus provides information on when you signed up). 

Moreover, your account must have at least 40 comments. Comments from accounts that have less than 40 total comments (or have comments only on Giveaways) will be deleted. If you are new, you can start engaging with all other users in the Comment section and then participate in future giveaways.

The winners will be picked randomly via Random.org and comments will be counted from the oldest to the newest. This giveaway contest will end on Monday, May 11th at 22:00GMT.

Best of luck to everyone!

UPDATE: Winners

Here are the winners of the giveaway.

52: arni gamexeon
43: ZIGS
35: Raiden Black
53: FlameWater
6: Felix Pollan Tome
56: System Shocker
29: andry18
14: Parallax
44: insum snoy
19: LimboWalker
40: Gordon Freeman
46: Raja Goduri
22: Khaled Elkorashy
1: Shurhand
54: Dr. Jester
11: Metroid112
36: The Gaming Area
57: E_VrL
49: Abyss

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