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πŸŽ‰Β  Luos contest on Discord

Over these past weeks we have been running a contest on Discord within the community to challenge the members to invite as many people as possible into the Luos community.

Many of the members participated and helped to spread the message making the Luos community grow exponentially in a short amount of time.

The Luos team wants to thank everyone for sharing their links πŸ™πŸ½

But now onto the most important part… the winners of the contest!

  • Coming up strong in fifth place is SantosUpadhyay0, applause to you!
  • Okidi you’ve come so far and ranked in fourth place, hat’s off to you!
  • Bravo to Amandine for ranking third place, you made it onto the podium!
  • Almost at the top is Rashi07 coming in second place, a toast to you!
  • And in the first place, Sunrise_Falcon, congratulations, you win the crown!! This calls for a celebration πŸŽ‰

Each of them has won a special prize which they will receive through Discord. For everyone else that participated, you will be assigned the role of community hero of the server.

Thanks again to everyone!

PS: Even though the contest is over, you can of cause keep on sharing your invite links and become a community hero as well πŸ˜‰

Until next time, it was a pleasure!

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