Xbox Canada partners with local artist to give away custom Toronto-themed Xbox One X consoles

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Xbox Canada has partnered with local Toronto artist Bryan Espiritu to give away four custom Xbox One X consoles through the Frenzy shopping app.

Frenzy says the four custom designed Xbox One X gaming consoles are “designed to reflect the unique details” of Toronto’s various boroughs — Downtown, Uptown, Eastend and Westend. Each system has a different look, with the ‘downtown’ model pictured below.

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To win one of the 4K-capable Xbox consoles, Torontonians must have the Frenzy iOS app downloaded and registered with an Apple Pay account.

Once that is done, they’ll need to visit Trinity Bellwoods Park on Tuesday, November 7th at 4pm ET. Those interested will need to physically be in the below highlighted ‘dropzone’ — the only real space in which the consoles can be acquired through the app — in order for the sale to appear in Frenzy.

Essentially, the specially-themed Xbox One X systems will go live for ‘sale’ in the Frenzy app only when the user is in Trinity Bellwoods Park. Frenzy says the checkout process to win a system will include a $1 CAD charge for verification purposes, but the fee will be refunded immediately afterward. Whoever is able to login to the app and successfully ‘purchase’ an Xbox One X first will be able to win one for keeps.

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Once the app countdown reaches zero, you’ll need to tap on the screen to attempt to get a console and controller bundle.

To ensure a speedy process, Frenzy suggests adding your shipping address to your Apple Wallet in advance. Frenzy also recommends being in the designated Dropzone before the countdown reaches zero.

Shortly after the timer hits zero, a member of the Frenzy team will contact winners with instructions on how to obtain their Xbox One X consoles. Frenzy says consoles may take up to four weeks to become available.

More information about the contest can be found on Frenzy’s Tumblr page.

The Xbox One X will otherwise retail for $599. For more on the Xbox One X, check out MobileSyrup‘s review of the system.

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Author: Bradly Shankar