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Play Genshin Impact on your Samsung phone to win amazing prizes


Last updated: September 24th, 2022 at 11:48 UTC+01:00

Genshin Impact is a popular mobile game and some of the best Samsung phones are also great for gaming. So it’s a match made in heaven. If you’ve been playing this title on your Galaxy device, you now have the opportunity to win some great prizes.

Samsung has launched a new Genshin Impact promo which provides players with the opportunity to win some of Samsung’s newest devices. This partnership has been launched to highlight the arrival of the Genshin Impact patch 3.1 next week.

Eligibility for this promotion requires an in-game purchase

Samsung’s Genshin Impact promotion goes live on September 27 at 12 am PT. There are some great prizes up for grabs, including but not limited to a Galaxy Tab A8 and the latest Galaxy Buds Pro 2. Players will also be able to win many different vouchers that can be used in-game. The value of these vouchers can range from $2 to $100.

There is a catch, though. In order to be eligible for this promotion, players need to make an in-game purchase. There’s no limit so any in-game purchase will suffice for the purpose of eligibility. Once done using a Galaxy device, a Samsung-branded roulette wheel will appear that can be spun for a chance to win one of the prizes.

This is a great opportunity for those who frequently make in-game purchases when playing Genshin Impact. At least now they have the chance to win something as an added bonus. This promotion is valid until October 3. There are some geographical restrictions, so make sure to check by visiting the promotion page using your Samsung device if your country is on the list.

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