We’ve Celebrating the release of Smash Bros Ultimate with a Giveaway!

With so many characters already announced (and we’re betting more to come), how could we not be pumped for Smash Bros Ultimate? We’re warming up our thumbs, and stretching our hands so we can own the office tournament with our mad skills. Who doesn’t love a good brawl between friends– when it doesn’t involve actual violence, that is. More friendships are shattered through incredible victory on Smash then any other game we know — so to prepare you to crush the competition (aka your buddies), we’re throwing a giveaway!

We know that nothing beats bringing your Amiibo — with all your scores attached — to prove you’re a beast on any map you choose (and to strike fear into your friend’s hearts). So we want to give you a small army of Amiibo to kickstart your gaming. We picked a few rare ones, along with a unicorn or two (we believe in mythical creatures here at Gemr) — because everyone needs a good rare Amiibo to impress their friends. One winner will take the whole pot — but this isn’t melee, you just need to enter to win!

What is in this awesome set of Amiibos we want to give to you?

  • Palutena
  • Lucina
  • Greninja
  • Wario
  • King Dedede
  • Megaman

How do you win?

  1. Click the link below — it will take you to our Nintendo Club
  2. Sign up for Gemr (if you haven’t already)
  3. Join the Nintendo Club!

That’s it — BUT WAIT! Do you want MORE chances to win? We want to give them to you (no brawl needed). Just add your Nintendo collection to our Nintendo Club! Each item you add is another chance to win! You only have until 12/14 to enter, so SMASH into our Nintendo Club and get going!

The giveawa is over! Thank you for entering and congratulation to our winner!

Written by Gemr
Gemr is the leading platform for collectors to discover, display, discuss, and buy & sell collectibles. Sometimes our team gets chummy and decides to write a blog together. Or maybe someone wants to keep their identity a secret. Pick which option you like best and we'll just say that's correct.