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OnePlus’s “Crackables” contest is underway today, but that won’t leave Samsung outdone. The chaebol is leveraging its partnership with Epic Games to deliver a grand prize for Fortnite players who like to post their best gaming selves on the internet.

The contest is pretty simple: participants in the United States should take in-match photos and videos of themselves rocking the Galaxy skin — exclusive to those who have bought a Galaxy Note 9 or Galaxy Tab S4. Whenever they decide to post it on Instagram or Twitter, they should use the hashtags #NinjaGalaxySquad and #contest.

Funny enough, the big prize for the winner of all this is an opportunity to team up with big-time streaming talent Tyler Blevins and the Ninja Galaxy Squad for some live Fortnite action. That’s not to mention an 85-inch Samsung Q9FN QLED TV, a 49-inch CHG90 QLED monitor and the latest AKG N700NC wireless active noise-cancelling headphones. The hardware bundle is valued at $5,249.

Good news for three runners-up: while they won’t get to meet the squad, they’ll win that bundle.

Full contest rules are available in the link below this story.

Samsung reminds consumers that buying a Galaxy Note 9 or a Tab S4 through September 30 — the day the contest ends — will grant them access to the Galaxy skin as well as 10,000 V-bucks.

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