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Australia Day/ Prophet's Birthday Special

Tank Commanders,

In celebration of Australia Day and the Prophet's Birthday, we're holding a special which offers x3 EXP for the first victory of the day and 50% discounts on premium consumables and garage slots. Enjoy also up to 50% discounts on premium ammo - great boosts to your performance on the frontlines without having to fork out the full price.

From 23rd to 28th January only, take advantage of this special and power up your performance in battle!

Australia Day/ Prophet's Birthday Special

Event Start: 23 January, 2013 (Wednesday) @ 13:30 - 14:00 UTC+8 (06:00 UTC)

Event End: 28 January, 2013 (Monday) @ 13:30 - 14:00 UTC+8 (06:00 UTC)

 

Please note that timings are not fixed and may vary within that range.

 

EXP for the first victory
Up to 50% discount on premium ammo
50% discount on premium consumables
50% discount on garage slots

 


About Australia Day

 Known as the official national day of Australia, Australia Day is celebrated on 26th January annulaly and commemorates the establishment of the first settlement at Port Jackson (now a part of Sydney) in 1788. It is a day when Australians come together to celebrate their country and culture, as well as reflect on the achievements of the nation and explore into developing a better country for the future.

Many people in Australia spend the holiday by having picnics in the park or watch sports events. In certain places, there will be spectacular fireworks on display and awards given to Australians who have made outstanding contributions to their country or community as well as ceremonies held to welcome immigrants to the country who have been granted Australian citizenship.

About Prophet's Birthday

The Prophet's Birthday (also known as Mawlid in colloquial Arabici) is the observance of the birthday of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad and is a celebration of his life. Muslims mark the occasion by fasting or holding communal meals, special prayers or outdoor celebrations. Some countries hold large street parades and people donate food and do charity around this time. Others mark the occasion by spending time to read the Koran. The prophet is said to have been born on a Monday and some scholars view fasting during the hours of daylight on Mondays as another way to celebrate his birth.

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