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Sentral
06-05-2008, 10:23 AM
Hello! I have started a new site with my friend called Videogame Memories. It's basically a site where we (or anyone else) submit short stories that are about past experiences we had with anything related to videogames. The stories can range from anything, as long as it's videogame related, Ex. consoles, games, or just remembering the old times of gaming. We are hoping to archive a bunch of stories from people around the world, and show others (including those against gaming) what gaming really means to us as a whole. While the site is basic for now, a simple Wordpress blog, we hope to gain more traffic and recognition in the future.

Ok, so here's the deal. We are having a monthly contest where people can submit their stories (following a few simple rules), for a chance to win one of two prizes. The prizes are 2000 Wii Points or 1600 Microsoft Points. So please, if you have time, share your favorite gaming memory with us, and show others how it has affected you. Oh, and tell your friends! Thanks!

Site: http://www.videogamememories.com/
Contest Information: http://www.videogamememories.com/monthly-contest/

BTW: I got permission from Kermi3 to post this.

whiteflags
06-05-2008, 11:10 AM
If you really want to restrict contest eligibility to citizens of the United States, you should write out and make contest winners sign an affidavit of eligibility (http://contests.about.com/od/sweepstakesglossary/g/affidavit.htm). "Aliens" won't be able to submit their papers and therefore you're legally protected and assured that any past, present, and future prizes are awarded fairly.

You can write one yourself, but make sure there is a space for it to be dated and notarized.

Sentral
06-05-2008, 04:43 PM
If you really want to restrict contest eligibility to citizens of the United States, you should write out and make contest winners sign an affidavit of eligibility (http://contests.about.com/od/sweepstakesglossary/g/affidavit.htm). "Aliens" won't be able to submit their papers and therefore you're legally protected and assured that any past, present, and future prizes are awarded fairly.

You can write one yourself, but make sure there is a space for it to be dated and notarized.

Thank you, I'll keep that in mind for the future. As for now, it's not a big deal at this moment until we become more popular.