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Lucky winners will receive prizes, like the chance to appear in the upcoming Han Solo movie, tickets to the world premiere of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, or, an overnight stay at the fabled Skywalker Ranch.

The campaign offers incredible prizes like the chance to appear in the untitled Han Solo movie now in production or walking the red carpet at the world premiere of "The Last Jedi" later this year. Eastern Time! Join the award-winning developers from DICE, Criterion and Motive as they offer a first look of EA's Star Wars Battlefront II. At the end of the campaign, one randomly-selected grand prize victor will be awarded all three prizes.

Stars Mark Hamill and Daisy Ridley detailed the new campaign in a video that aired on Good Morning America Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the campaign project was also a celebration of the franchise movies like the previous, today's film "Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi" and the later "Star Wars" with three unconnected prizes to give excitement for the fans.

Does Star Wars Battlefront 2 have a single-player campaign? We should have more information on this exciting Star Wars title later this week at Star Wars Celebration 2017 and at E3 2017 in just a couple of months. To hype the big news even more, the announcer says, "Because when you hear it, you'll want to be part of the Force".

To enter the competition, donate at the online charity platform Omaze.

Star Wars fans could have the opportunity of a lifetime thanks to a charity raffle.

A new victor will be randomly selected from the pool of donors at the end of each week, with the grand prize awarded at the end of the four-week run. The One Direction singer, who launched his new solo single a few days back, was reportedly considered to play a younger version of the iconic Han Solo, in the upcoming "Star Wars" spin-off, reports The Independent.

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