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The Big Game Challenge results are in!

February 12, 2020

Since the top 3 were so close, we decided to up the rewards!


1st place: Signed Controller, 1 Hero War chest, 1 General War chest

2nd Place: 1 Hero War chest, 1 General War chest

3rd Place: 1 General War chest, 1 Commander War chest


Say hello to our winners!


2nd BlackBull1st

3rd Awik I

1st Olus_Saymon

2nd Liquid_Warthog

3rd ExAwWA

1st JumpeRpol

2nd VariableCupid9

3rd GV_JLima

1st N1C3 MeMeZ

2nd BMWx3E83_30i2006

3rd GloryAndTrash


Should you have come in 1st place please check your emails, you have been sent an email requesting all the information we need to get the controller to you!

Congratulations everyone!

[Past Competition]

31 JAN
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This weekend you can win a San Francisco 49ers Xbox controller signed by Richard Sherman!

The rules are simple: Take any of your favorite Tier V to Tier VIII tanks for a spin and earn the highest base experience that you can during the event. There will be one winner for each tier. That’s right, we are giving away 4 controllers—one for each of the 4 Tiers!!!

To participate in the Big Game Challenge, you must use the link below to register with your gamertag and your platform (PlayStation 4 or Xbox).






  • Winners will be determined based on the highest Base Experience in a single multiplayer battle using a Tier V to Tier VIII tank.
  • You can register and participate in any of the eligible tiers (Tier V, VI, VII, & VIII), nations, and tanks.
  • You can only win in one tier.
    • If you win across multi tiers, only your best score will be counted, and all other results discarded.
  • Battles played as part of a Platoon do not count.
  • Premium time or any other XP modifiers will NOT be taken into account when determining your score.
  • Once the results have been announced you will have 7 days to reply to the email sent to you or it will be awarded to the next person in line.


  • Winners will receive: 1 San Francisco 49ers Xbox controller signed by Richard Sherman