SFL Get Social Contest

Super Fight League LogoThe Super Fight League (SFL) is giving you a chance to win the brand new Google Nexus 7 and support it’s Friday Fight Night series. The SFL fights stream live every Friday on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/SFL. The SFL’s partnership with YouTube allows us to be able to provide a high quality live streaming MMA event, each and every week. At the SFL we wanted to put that experience in the palm of your hand with a brand new Google Nexus 7. Yes, one lucky winner will receive a brand new Google Nexus 7 tablet so you can watch all of the SFL that your heart desires.

The goal of this contest is the growth and awareness of the Super Fight League brand through Social Media. To qualify to win the Google Nexus 7 you have to follow some simple steps which are posted below. Some of these steps can be done every day and by doing them you will earn more entries. There is no limit to the amount of times you can enter. Only one winner will be chosen to win a Google Nexus 7 however there will be many second place prizes that include SFL t-shirts and other items. As this is a Social Media contest feel free to ask your friends for help.
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