OnNet USA has announced an amateur video contest. OnNet is the company responsible for the golf-MMORPG, Shot Online.
OnNet USA announces Amateur Video Contest
San Jose, CA December 6th, 2006 – Shot-Online announced today that it is launching its “Shot-Online Amateur Video Contest”. This contest is designed to showcase the best amateur videos that incorporate an element of golf or golf-related items. Shot-Online is a free-to-play 3-D massively multiplayer online role-playing game.
OnNet USA, Inc., developer of Shot-Online, decided to have this contest to celebrate the launch of GamesCampus.com. This website is a games portal for all games distributed by OnNet USA, Inc. Winners of the contest have a chance to win great prizes that include such items as an Alienware Area-51 7500 Desktop Computer with 17 inch LCD monitor, Microsoft Zune 30GB Digital Media Players and others. There are no age restrictions.
The only requirement for this contest is that the video must incorporate an item related to golf. Items such as golf balls, clubs, courses, or carts are acceptable. Just because the video contains a golf-related item does not mean that the video has be about golf. You can just show a golf item in your clip and the video will qualify for the contest. There is no limit to the number of videos you can send in. The more videos you send in, the better your chances of winning!
“Many of our users are media savvy and we thought that it would be a fun way to get the Shot-Online community involved with the brand in a unique way”, said Chris Yamauchi, Shot-Online GM.
For complete rules and more information about this contest please visit Shot-Online Video Information Page.
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