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Music Emote Contest

Honor Games Music Emote Contest

02/14/2020 03:00 PM

We’re celebrating the Fourth Year of For Honor with a contest: use the new music emotes while other players use conventional emotes, emote spam, or do other coordinated in-game actions to create one short video in For Honor.

Invite as many friends as you like and take this in whatever direction you want to!

Examples:

  • Jiang Jun emote spams as three other heroes play their flutes.
  • A flautist plays in mid as three Conquerors “RAH” around them.
  • Or try incorporating the enemy team into your music emote shenanigans in matchmaking. High risk, high reward.

Winners will be judged on creativity and enjoyability of the video. Above all, have fun!



CONTEST RULES



  • Entrants must use #fhjam on Twitter.
  • One entry per person.
  • Videos must be 40 seconds or shorter.
  • The person who submits the entry to Twitter is the only prize winner.
  • Winners must have their Twitter Direct Messages open so we can get in touch if they win!
  • Audio must not include music from outside of For Honor.
  • Winners will be provided a redemption code that they can redeem here.
  • Any submission can be used by Ubisoft social channels or streams (i.e. to show it on the Warrior’s Den).

In addition to these rules, please view the full copy of the official rules and guidelines here.



PRIZES



  • 1st Place: 100,000 Steel
  • 2nd Place: 50,000 Steel
  • 3rd Place: 25,000 Steel


CONTEST TIMELINE



  • February 14-21st
  • Winners selected by February 24th.


PRIVACY POLICY



As part of the contest, Ubisoft Entertainment (107 avenue Henri Fréville, BP 10704, 35207 Rennes Cedex 2, France) will collect and process your personal data to provide you with your prize.

Your personal data processing is necessary to execute the contract you have entered with Ubisoft by accepting the rules of the contest. Your personal data will be accessible by Ubisoft, its affiliates and sub-processors and will be deleted after the contest.

Ubisoft may transfer your personal data to non-European countries that ensure an adequate level of protection according to the EU Commission, or within the framework of the standard data protection clauses adopted by the EU Commission (accessible here).

You can request a copy of your data, its deletion or rectification, object to the processing of your data, request the restriction of its processing, and receive your information in portable form by contacting Ubisoft’s data protection officers here. After contacting us, if you are not satisfied with the way we handled your request, you may address a complaint to the supervisory authority of your country.



Good luck, have fun, and enjoy the For Honor Games!

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