Melbourne Cricket Ground - Tweet The Crowd
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Tweet The Crowd

The new MCG Tweet The Crowd competition is a great way for fans to get involved, challenge your friends and potentially win prizes!

Whether you're at the game, on your way to the stadium or watching at home, anyone can tweet their guess as how many people are at the 'G.

How it works

1. Guess the official crowd attendance at the AFL match at the MCG and tweet one guess only using the #MCGCrowd hashtag. For example: "My #MCGCrowd guess is xx,xxx."

2. Entries open on each match day and close when the match siren sounds to commence the third quarter.

3. If multiple entries correctly identify the match attendance, the first entry received will be the winner.

4. If the actual attendance is not guessed then the closest guess, either above or below the match attendance, will be the winner. In the event that there are multiple guesses that are equally close, or the same, the first closest guess tweeted will be the winner.

5. Winner will be announced after the official attendance is shown on the MCG screens in the final quarter.

6. Winner will be contacted from the official MCG Twitter account (@MCG) to get details so we can send out the prize pack.

Terms and Conditions

Sydney Swans v Hawthorn - Saturday September 27, 2014

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