Microsoft is ready to go all out for their new video game capture suite, Upload Studio. The recently announced Xbox One application will allow gamers to capture video game footage, edit to their heart’s content, and then upload it to the web to share with friends. In an attempt to attract users to the new service, Microsoft is launching the Upload Outreach Program.
The new Upload Outreach Program for Xbox One asks users to create a sixty second video about any Xbox 360 or Xbox One game that you love and then share it with the Upload team. Microsoft will select twenty winners who they feel showcase originality and imaginative use of video content.
Winners will receive an Xbox One console including the bundled Kinect sensor and controller, a year’s worth of Xbox Live gold, and one copy of every Xbox One game launch title (Whoa!). Those who are selected will also be given future opportunities to work with the Upload development team.
The prize lineup is insane and we suggest submitting a video if you think you’ve got what it takes! The contest is open to anyone 18 years of age or older that resides in the USA, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Canada (excluding Quebec), Australia, Spain, Italy, New Zealand, Austria, and Ireland.
For more details on the contest and how to enter, click here.
Source: Major Nelson's Blog
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