What’s Your Story Contest: Win Cash
From : November 5, 2019, 6:00 am
To : February 14, 2020, 11:59 pm
50 United States, the District of Columbia and Canada (excluding Quebec)
Sweepstakes is posted on :Win Type : Cash
Totla ARV Value : $24000
Entry Type : One Time entry
Difficulty Level : Moderate ( 5 out of 10 )
Trend Micro is back with its What’s Your Story contest for individuals and School Entrants. This year question is “If the internet disappeared today, what would your life be like?.” Just create a 2 mimute video answering the question and get a chance to win cash prizes.
Limit: The minimum age to enter the Contest is 18 years for individuals and 13-17 years for School Entrants. One entry per Individual Entrant / School Entrant is allowed.
How to Enter:
During Entry Period ( November 19, 2019 to February 14, 2020)
Visit http://whatsyourstory.trendmicro.com and submit the registration with required details and a 30 seconds video telling “If the internet disappeared today, what would your life be like?”
Public Viewing Period (November 19, 2019 to February 28, 2020)
All the Submissions will be made available for viewing for Registered Members. Registered Members may vote for their favorite Submission(s) by giving it a “heart”.
At the end of the Public Viewing Period, top 10 Submissions from Individual and the top 10 Submissions from School Entrants (5 in the US and 5 in Canada) will be determined based on the combination of the number of complete views and the number of “hearts” received.
Final Judging Period (February 29, 2020 to March 10, 2020)
Judges will review the verified Finalists’ Submissions and select winners based on following criteria: creativity - 50%; b) appropriateness – 25% and c) effectiveness - 25%.
(1) Grand Prize (Individual Entrant):
$10,000USD or equivalent in Canadian Dollars
(2) Grand Prizes (1 US School Entrant and 1Canadian School Entrant)
$5,000USD or equivalent in Canadian Dollars
(4) Runner-Up Prizes (2 Individual Entrants and 2 School Entrants)
$1000USD or equivalent in Canadian Dollars