Diablo 2 realms are down! And so it begins, the Ladder reset process has begun. Our Ladder Reset Competition starts the moment the realms return, so pay attention! We'll be keeping track of which prizes have been claimed so far at the links below. If you're thinking about going for something, be sure to check there to make sure the prize is still available.
USEast Softcore Expansion
USWest Softcore Expansion
Europe Softcore Expansion
Asia1 Softcore Expansion
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Prize you believe you qualify for:
Mule account password:
PayPal or coupon:
PayPal email (if you opted for PayPal cashout):
A supervisor will verify your eligibility and that you have met the criteria necessary to claim a prize within an hour. If all is good, you will be awarded your prize and we will take back control of the mule account.
And as a reminder, for Leveling competition, You MUST create your character on a mule account that you received from a D2Legit.com order no earlier than November 26th, 2015. Characters created on other accounts will not be accepted. If you do not have a D2Legit mule account, you can get one for free with any purchase of at least one item. For Item Collector competition, you're not required to have a D2Legit mule account, you can leave the item(s) on any mule account! Good luck!
It's about time for our seasonal Race to the Top - Diablo 2 Ladder Season 18 Reset Competition! Come on in and join the rush, with over $30,000 worth of prizes, some of which can be won just playing the game and picking up loot. We're also offering cash payout in case you prefer to collect your prize in CASH! Spread the word and get in with the action! See below for more details:
Competitions for 4 Softcore Expansion Ladder Realms:
1. USEast Softcore Expansion Ladder
2. USWest Softcore Expansion Ladder
3. Europe Softcore Expansion Ladder
4. Asia-1 Softcore Expansion Ladder
Bonuses for achievements and item finds!
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