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Video Gamer of the Year Personalised Newspapers - Gift Details

After years of honing their skills in a darkened room, your individual name has finally made it! At long last, they’ve been named Gamer of the Year, with cash and holidays their reward. The Daily Mirror reports on the ultimate conquest.

You can personalise every detail of the newspaper from the headline to the recipient’s home address. This makes the feature as realistic as possible. But, to make the spoof truly believable, why not upload an image of the individual themselves?

One simple click of the Upload a photo button will take you to your pictures. Or, click the Choose a photo from Facebook button to access your Facebook photos.

Your Gift Personalised

Personalise the spoof newspaper with the recipient's First Name and Surname of up to 28 characters over 2 lines, with 14 characters per line.

Include the Age of the recipient of up to 3 characters over 1 line and the place the recipient Lives In of up to 30 characters over 1 line. Finish off the gift with the perfect picture of the recipient using the image uploader.

General Information

These spoof newspapers are 36 x 28cm (L x W), which is approximately the size of a tabloid. Once you’ve added your personalisation and chosen your picture, click the next button to pick from several presentation options, including framing your spoof, presentation cases and more.

Enter the exact personalisation you want to appear in the appropriate fields. The personalisation will be made exactly as it has been entered. Symbols such as accents cannot be entered unless specified. Check grammar, punctuation, capitalisation and spelling.

Spoof Contents

Crowds roared over the din of bleeping banks of game consoles as (Lives In) gamer (First Name) (Surname), (Age), beat all comers to be crowned World Cyber Game Champion at a frenzied final held in Tokyo, Japan, last week. Beating off strong competition from several loopy Koreans and a geek from Milwaukee, who proudly claimed not to have seen the sun for six years, (First Name) clinched victory by holding a joypad aloft in front of a crowd of 10,000 whooping game fans.

“I played a blinder,” said new champ, (Surname), with typical modesty. “There were times in the last few rounds when I thought I might sprain my fingers, but fortunately all my training paid off.”

As well as a cheque for £250,000, presented by a smiling Hideo Kojima, the gaming expert walked off with an all-expenses paid trip to a luxury resort in Bali - which he accepted after he had been assured that, yes, they had the internet over there, and yes there would be unlimited access to every imaginable game and gaming console.

“It was a nail-biting finish,” said Korean rival Am Sang Wook, who was defeated in just 50 seconds in the final.  “I have trained for five years for this moment, but there was no way I could stand against this sort of talent.  It was like playing against a demon. He was relentless. He set a blistering pace from the start and I just couldn’t defeat her.”

Friends and family said that the winner had been in serious training in the run-up to the final, playing a myriad of games for up to 12 hours a day to ensure peak physical and mental condition for the event.  Opponents who took on the champion in practice bouts were annihilated in seconds.

“This was a sportswoman at her peak,” said one, after a practice round had ended in a predictably crushing defeat.  “You simply can't hope to go up against talent like this and come away victorious.  If anyone deserved to be crowned World Cyber Games Champion, it's (First Name).”

When signing autographs for fans (Surname) was questioned by the press about her future plans, and the champ simply replied, “I’ll be back.  Better, stronger and faster than before.”

Delivery Details

UK Delivery Carrier Cost Production Timescales
(working days)
Estimated Postage Lead Times
(add to production timescales)
Standard Royal Mail £3.99 1 - 2 Days 1-3 days
Urgent Courier £9.99 1 Day Next Day
Working Days

We operate Monday to Friday only, so weekends and holidays do not count in the production or postage timescales quoted. Orders placed before 11am begin production that day, while orders received after this time begin the following day. Orders placed on a Friday afternoon or over a weekend will begin production on Monday.

Production + Delivery

The majority of our gifts are made to order, so please allow time for the product to be made (produced) as well as the time for delivery. The table above outlines our production time for both standard and urgent orders, please add these to the postage lead time for an accurate idea of when you’ll receive your item(s).

International Delivery Leadtimes (where available)

Standard Lead Time from production (airmail):
  • Europe: 3 - 5 days
  • Rest of the World: 5 - 7 days
Urgent Lead Time from production (Fedex courier):
  • Europe: 1 -3 days
  • North America: 1 - 2 days
  • Rest of the World: 3 - 5 days
Track My Order Delivery Box

You can track your order via our Track My Ordertracking facility.

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Video Gamer of the Year Personalised Newspapers

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  • A personalised spoof Daily Mirror front page
  • Personalise the headline and elements of the story
  • Upload any image with one click
  • Excellent choice of presentation options
  • Tabloid-sized (36 x 28cm)

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