Submitted by Dusty 2155d ago | news

N4G May Contest

Contributors of the Month
Submit news and get a top 10 contributor ranking in May and you can win up to $500.

It is the submisson score which will decide who wins. This means that submitting news for the Wii, PC, Dev news and other news types which don't get as hot as PS3 and 360 news will not be a disadvantage when it comes to winning the monthly contests.

The prizes are as follow:

First place: $500
Second place: $300
Third place : $200

Also all other contributors who get a top 10 rank receives $100 each.

PS: Sorry about posting this so late, I have been away most of the month. (Contests)

griff  +   2155d ago
another contest ?
sign me in !
sponsquar9  +   2150d ago
Need Help!
How do u sign up for this contest?
kingofps3  +   2150d ago
Go to the link...

http://www.n4g.com/TopUsers...

and beat one of those Top 10 N4G user's news submission scores and you win ca$h. See its simple, at least no sign-up process. ;p

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