FREE MyGamerXP Stickers

I’m always trying to think of ways I can “give back” and show my appreciation for the support I receive from gamers all around the world on Patreon, Twitter, Youtube and more.

As I’ll be attending PLAY Expo again in Manchester this year, I tried to think of a cool little free gift I can give away to people I meet. As you can see from the photo below, I’ve designed some MyGamerXP stickers! I will be giving away the smaller sheet on the left (the one with the Sega font “MYGAMERXP” on it), so if you’re attending be sure to say hello!

mygamerxp stickers photo

The final sticker sheet will be amended slightly and include a “first edition” code so if you’re into collecting these (I’ll design more in the future), you’ll be able to keep track of what order they were released in.

For those who can’t make the event, but would like to own these, there will be opportunities to still get your hands on them. There are so many of you on Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, etc who are incredibly supportive by sharing and liking my videos, so I don’t want anyone to miss out.

First of all, those of you who support me on Patreon¬†will receive the sticker sheets I’ll be giving away, plus some larger alternate versions (free of charge – I will cover postage). Be sure to message me on the platform, DM me on twitter or send me an e-mail. All the details are on the Patreon post.

After that I will see what the reception is like if enough people are interested. I’ll obviously send these out to anyone who has bought a t-shirt or helped me in some way. If any of you want the stickers I will try to do some competitions or arrange something in the near future. I’ll try my best to ensure nobody misses out, but I may not be able to post out to everyone for free if there are a lot of people who want them.

So what do you think? Let me know in the comments below. I have some other ideas in the works, but I hope this is a good start to giving a little something back to you all.

 

 

Matt has been hooked on games since he received his first console (a SEGA Mega Drive) for his 7th birthday. He now spends most of his time on the Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Nintendo 3DS, but will use any excuse for a retro gaming night.


Posted on August 28, 2016 | Last modified: 28th August 2016