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NBA 2K Gone Away A 24K Gold PS5 That Had A Retail Value Over $10K


4:13 pm
April 2, 2023


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In a promotional tweet for its new game NBA 2K23, the NBA 2K Twitter account raffled off a 24K gold PlayStation 5 that is valued at more than $10000. In a tweet that promoted the new game NBA 2K MT, the NBA 2K Twitter account gave the prize of a 24K gold PS5 that is valued at more than $10K.

The tweet was shared just as the latest installment in Basketball’s video games franchise NBA 2K23, was launched. NBA 2K was originally developed by Sega Sports in 1999 with annual installments until 2004. After the sale of the company and the creation of 2K Sports, annual releases continued under the new owner. The 23nd installment of this popular basketball video game features Luka Don?i? who plays for the Dallas Mavericks on its cover.

The PS5 The current generation of PlayStation remains in high demand after its introduction in the year 2000. Even though the PS5 debut was in November 2020 however, it is difficult to get your hands on due to a halt in the production of parts and scalpers who sell the console with higher prices.

One of the most famous instances of this is of one of the youngest, a 16-year-old, who made $1.7 million from PlayStation 5s and Pokemon cards. A sweepstakes to win the PS5 is notable, but NBA 2K has elevated the standard with the giveaway of a gold edition of the mysterious console.

To win the prize of a golden PS5 contestants were required access their Twitter accounts and respond to NBA 2k’s tweet by using the hashtags #Sweepstakes and #2KDay. The time frame for entering the sweepstakes was, however, brief. Contestants had only 8 AM PST and 12:30 PM PST to participate.

As per NBA 2K’s official rules and conditions on NBA 2K’s website, this promotion was available only to residents of the U.S Buy 2K23 MT. The PlayStation itself is rendered in 24 karat gold, and the company claims that it is estimated to price of $10,000.