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Alienware offers fans the chance to take a break

Alienware offers fans the chance to take a break with the SKYCITY Breakers at Armageddon 2012

Alienware, the iconic brand behind some of the world’s most powerful gaming systems, is giving SKYCITY Breakers fans the chance to battle their favourite players in the brand new 2K Games NBA basketball game at Armageddon this weekend!

SKYCITY Breakers players will be at the Alienware Armageddon stand to meet and play the game against fans as part of a new partnership to celebrate the launch of the game. Fans will also have the chance to show their free-throw skills with special hoops set up at the event.

SKYCITY Breakers fans can come along to player sessions on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st October from 12pm to 2pm each day. Details are as follows:

· Saturday 20 October: Tom Abercrombie and Mika Vukona at the Alienware Armageddon stand.

· Sunday 21 October: Alex Pledger, Will Hudson and Reuben Te Rangi at the Alienware Armageddon stand.

Look out for more Alienware and SKYCITY Breakers activity in the coming months!

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