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Armored Warfare: ommunity Highlight - Pt.45

Welcome to the newest issue of the Community Highlight series, dedicated to the community members of Armored Warfare and their contributions. Find out more about the game, learn something new and check out the cool community content!
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Tank-o-Lantern Contest Results

Commanders, we would like to once again thank you for your awesome pumpkin and costume submissions in the Tank-o-Lantern contest as well as your votes for the winners on Facebook. Unfortunately, we have discovered several attempts to influence the voting by unfair means. In order to ensure the voting fairness, we have decided to cancel the Facebook voting part and would like to ask you to vote once again for your favorite costume and pumpkin - but this time on the forums. You can vote for the winners in the following threads:
The voting will end on Monday, the 14th of November 2016, and we’ll announce the winners in the following Community Spotlight!

Streams

On the 10th of November, My.com, Obsidian Entertainment and a number of our esteemed community Streamers will take part in a 24-hour Charity Stream to help the veterans with the Stack-Up.org military charity. Join, help a good cause, receive the T-62 Veteran or win a T-64AV Hunter! Learn more!
Mark the 13th of November in your calendar - Spishak is running a 24 hour stream on his Twitch channel, during which he will give out two amazing Armored Warfare T-shirts!

Community Content

KaSH Gaming - Replay of the Week by St_vdg
Lightfoot Freddy - Platoon Power
Devient Kage - Commanding the Match (replay by Tronic)
SirKrustyTV - C1 Ariete Gameplay
And last but not least, and awesome Leopard 2 drawing by Trojan50000!
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That's it for today, looking forward to seeing you on the battlefield! You can submit your community contribution to our dedicated forum section, perhaps it will be your work featured next time!

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