Edit: CONGRATS to our winners for June,  and  !

Want to win a new wireless headset?

For the next month, the Legion Community is hosting a competition to find the best gaming clips in June from the LGC!
You could win one of two Legion H600 Wireless Headsets, in either the Black or Stingray White styles.

Submit a URL of your best game clip in the comments below to enter.
The most creative and entertaining entries will win new Legion headsets!


- You must be a registered US Legion Community member.
- Limit 1 entry per user
- No longer than 2 minutes in length
- Landscape videos only (no TikTok clips/vertical aspect ratio)
- The clip must be YOURS, and created during 2022.
- No montages please (you must use one continuous gameplay clip)
- The clip can be funny, epic, educational, or all of the above! No restrictions on genre or game (just make sure to follow community guidelines). 
- Winning entries will be selected based on the following criteria: creativity (50%) and degree of fun and/or engaging quality (50%).

Please do not upload your clip directly, but instead link to it (YouTube, Twitch, Vimeo clips preferred. Make sure your clip won't expire!)

To enter, comment below with a link to your best clip by July 5th. The top 2 submissions will win, as judged by our dream team of Legion staff judges!
We will also edit the top overall entries into a "Just the Clips" video montage.

We can't wait to see what you all have in store - Good luck!
Competition open to US residents only. 2 headset prizes available. For more information, see the terms and conditions below.

  • Good luck everyone 

  • I’m just here so I can comment for a different giveaway

  • I'd say so - doesn't have to be a complicated video, just save a clip if something cool happens while you're gaming Slight smile

  • If you've got a clip to submit, be sure to share it! Smiley

  • I use a pair of senny 650s - obviously the senns are built more for high-level audiophiles, but the H600s have the benefit of being wireless and great for gaming with the mic. So it depends on what you're after! I typically alternate between each, using the H600s for streams/gaming and the Senns for general music listening/work Slight smile