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Give our hacker a nickname & win a custom Cybersprint lego set

by Cybersprint News 23 Dec 2020

We're feeling the Christmas spirit! As a thank-you and appreciation token for our customers, we've put together a unique and custom lego set. We received many enthusiastic reactions over the past days, from more people than just our customers. So we decided to offer our followers a chance to receive this unique lego set as well! Read below how you can participate to win one of the three limited edition sets. 

Update 04-01-2020

Congratulations to the winners!

 

These are the 5 winning nicknames:
Kevin Mitbrick
D4rkH0rs3
Brickbreaker
Lord Bricknick
brkrr

Winning-names

 

Participation (competition closed!)

Are you excited about our limited edition lego set? So are we! Therefore, we would like to offer you a chance to win one of the three sets that we have available. Here's how you can win one:

  1. Think of a creative, unique, funny, or weird nickname for our lego hacker.
  2. Share the name in a comment on our LinkedIn or Twitter post.

    We will select 5 winning nicknames before the end of the year, and get in touch with you if your name gets selected.

    If you're one of the winners, we'll send you your lego set as soon as possible!
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already received a lego set from us?

Then take a look at this page for details on the other competition, the digital instruction manual, fan-made creations, and FAQ. 

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