AMD debuts AMD Rewards Program

AMD debuts AMD Rewards Program

Advanced Micro Devices has begun an interesting program that targets gamers that use AMD Radeon graphics, processors and APUs giving them the chance to redeem points earned in AMD Gaming Evolved applications for real prizes. The initiative is powered by Raptr.

“We are thankful for the millions of gamers that support the AMD Radeon brand by using the AMD Gaming Evolved application Powered by Raptr,” said Darren McPhee, director, Graphics Marketing, AMD. “The AMD Rewards program is our way of thanking our loyal customers and giving back to the community that has given so much to us.”

Now gamers will be able to exchange points earned in AMD Gaming Evolved applications for prizes that include Sapphire Radeon R9 series graphics cards, free games, ASTRO gaming headsets, GameFly subscriptions, GUNNAR gaming eyewear, discounts and other things.

“We see AMD Rewards as a natural extension of what Raptr Rewards does for gamers,” Dennis Fong, Raptr’s CEO, explained. “It’s really great to be able to reward players for all the time and effort they’ve invested in playing games.”

You can get more information and a complete list of games and points needed on the AMD web site.

Source: AMD

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