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Contest: Win an NVIDIA SHIELD for Father’s Day From DL and NVIDIA (Update: Winner Picked)


Know what to get your dad (or possibly yourself) for Father’s Day? Well, if you haven’t quite figured it out yet, and your dad just so happens to be a gamer, then this contest should do you well. We have partnered with NVIDIA to give away a SHIELD portable gaming console, perfect for the dad that is always on the go, but still needs access to his favorite mobile games.

SHIELD is still one of the cooler niche Android products available, featuring a built-in 5″ HD display, Tegra 4 processor with a 72-core NVIDIA GeForce GPU, console-grade controls, high-fidelity speakers, access to the GRID Cloud Gaming beta, and now comes running Android 4.4+ with lots of proprietary tweaks from NVIDIA to give you an awesome gaming experience, no matter where you are located.

To make things easy and fair for everyone, we will use our trusted Rafflecopter widget. Follow the instructions on the widget below, and good luck! 

Update: We have our winner! Thanks to everyone who entered. We hope you all had a great Father’s Day!


Prize – 1 (One) NVIDIA SHIELD gaming console.

How to Enter

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Winner – Our winner will be selected on Monday morning, at 10am Pacific.

  • Ace

    I think I might give this to my dad as an early birthday present possibly… 🙂 he likes technology a whole lot, then I can work on getting a gift for my mom, but I don’t know quite what to get her… Any suggestions?

  • David Imel

    Helped my dad with smartphone issues since android was released. I remember once he got his phone into download mode and called me with his house phone freaking out because he couldn’t get it back to normal. Good times..

  • droidrazredge

    I never had a father growing up myself but the closet “dad” type experience I can say I have had was me taking care and watch of my younger cousins when they were smaller and recently me caretaking my grandmother for 4 years while she was battling dementia till she passed away this past February.

  • aaron nyquist

    Nothing better than being a parent.

  • shad300

    Really I can’t tell you anything about my dad except that he is the best dad I’ve ever had

  • Adam S.

    This would make an awesome gift.

  • bitz

    My dad used to help me make my own games to play on his old trs 80 when I was young.

  • Ryan Hume

    I want one for my dad.

  • jwildman16

    Dad gave a great speech at the wedding Friday!

  • Ashmedie

    My Dad doesn’t watch any TV regularly, but once I was watching The Office on Hulu and he sat next to me and watched. He thought it was hilarious, he kept saying “that really happens at work!”

  • jofficus44

    My twins are just now old enough that they figured out how to control the sesame street videos I play for them from YouTube, on my Nexus 7. It was very cute to watch one girl figure out how to tap the screen, skip to the next video, and then both girls bounce with joy as Elmo came on …

  • Michael Parsons

    My little ones are always helping me build/destroy my projects. They are 4.5y and 21m. Seem to always to grab the right tool for the job.

  • Logan Jinks

    First trip to my College for a new student conference. We didn’t have smart phones yet, but printed out google maps directions. My dad had picked an odd route with lots of .5 or .8 mile turns. Half way to our destination it turned out my dad had only printed one page of directions and we were missing the other half to get to our destination. It was crazy. Luckily my dad knew what he was doing and got us there anyway.

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