Mortal Online 2 - Launch Giveaway Stream @19:00 UTC Today! (2 pm EST)

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Malmo, Sweden | January 24th, 2022 - Star Vault’s CEO Henrik Nyström is celebrating the release of Mortal Online 2 by hosting a Twitch stream and giveaway at 19:00 UTC today (24/01/2022).

Join the stream and enter for a chance to win an HP Omen Gaming PC, a copy of Mortal Online 2, a subscription to NVIDIA GeForce NOW, and more!

Join the Stream Here


3 x Logitech G903 LIGHTSPEED Gaming Mice

3 x Razer Naga Pro Gaming Mice

3 x Razer Kraken V3 PRO Gaming Headsets

1 x HP Omen 45L Gaming PC

i7 12700k

Hyper X 16GB DDR4 3733Mhz RAM

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti 8GB

1 TB WD Black NVMe M.2 SSD

10 x NVIDIA GeForce NOW Subscriptions

10 x Mortal Online 2 Steam Keys




Steam Page - Mortal Online 2 on Steam (steampowered.com)

Official Website - Mortal Online 2 - The Most Hardcore MMORPG - Sign Up Now

Twitch - mortalonline2 - Twitch

Youtube - Mortal Online - YouTube

Instagram - Mortal Online 2 (@playmortalonline)

Twitter - Mortal Online (@MortalOnline) / Twitter

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