Game of the Year competition winners announced

Written by Joe Martin

December 21, 2009 | 12:11

Tags: #2009 #best-games-of-2009 #competition #game-of-the-year #goty #winner

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That's it! the voting is now closed for the bit-tech.net and Custom PC Game of the Year 2009! We're still busy counting the votes and sifting through errors, but we're ready right now to unveil which lucky voters grabbed a prize.

We had three prizes to give away to winners, with two entrants bagging themselves a digital copy of Colin McRae's DiRT 2 on PC while a third voter would net themselves that plus a copy of Battleforge and a game of their choice from GoodOldGames.

To be in with a chance of winning all you had to do was tell us what you're top three games of 2009 were, registering for the bit-tech newsletter as way of authentication - though you can easily unsubscribe from the actual mail once you've registered.

The first two winners, who get a copy of DiRT 2, were William Woof and Jon Horne, while David Sutherland grabbed the big prize.

The voting was very fierce this year and we had over a thousand votes cast, so don't feel too bad if you didn't win. There's still plenty of other competitions for you to enter over on the official competitions hub. If you did win then go check your inbox now, as we'll be contacting you shortly.

We'll be announcing what the Top Ten Games of 2009 were within the next day or two, so keep an eye on the front page for the final reveal. Until then you can drop your guesses into the forums.
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