Ubisoft Giving 'Uplay Ambassadors' Paid Trips to E3 2014

April 10, 2014 - GamePolitics Staff

Ubisoft is offering Uplay users all-expenses-paid trips to E3 in Los Angeles by becoming ambassadors for its (often mandatory) games platform Uplay. Ubisoft announced that 12 winning fans will "receive the VIP treatment" with paid travel, access to the E3 show floor, a ticket to the Ubisoft press conference and exclusive meetings with Ubisoft's development teams. One thousand fans will also be given an invitation to "the Uplay lounge", a pop-up event held near the Los Angeles Convention Center during E3.

"At the Uplay lounge, members will have hands-on time with games from Ubisoft's E3 line-up as well as time to discuss their favorite titles with Ubisoft's teams, compete against other fans and win prizes."

Obviously those who want to get in on this must register with Uplay or sign in with their existing account.

Ten VIP ambassadors "will be picked from among the most dedicated members of Ubisoft's games' communities," with the two remaining ambassadors to be chosen by winning fan contests, Ubisoft said.

In one contest, Ubisoft is asking its community to design fan art based on one of the publisher's games, with the winning fan art to be animated by artists at Rayman studio Ubisoft Montpellier. You can find the official rules for that contest here.

For the other contest, Ubisoft is asking fans to submit a video showing off their cosplay, speed-running a game or just showcasing their general filmmaking skills. Contestants will need to upload their videos to YouTube and give them certain tags. Rules for that contest can be found here.

Source: CVG


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Re: Ubisoft Giving 'Uplay Ambassadors' Paid Trips to E3 2014

I question the definition of "fans" used in this article, since they obviously don't mean fans of Uplay since those don't exist.

 
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