VGBA Scholarship and Writing Contest Rules
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(12) Authors shall include no identifying information in or on any page of the paper submission, aside from the title page. All papers must provide the following information on the title page: (i) title; (ii) author’s full name; (iii) email address; (iv) mailing address; (v) author’s year in school and expected graduation date; (vi) law school; and (vii) current employment information (if applicable).
(13) Copies must be submitted by e-mail in Microsoft Word format to the following address: Suzanne Jackiw, Project Manager, Video Game Bar Association, Suzanne@vgba.org.
(14) All entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time Zone on February 26, 2017.
(15) The entries will be judged by an impartial panel of judges made up of members of the Video Game Bar Association. Entries will be judged based on the overall quality of the paper, including clarity of the theme or thesis presented, significance of the topic to the field, originality and creativity of topic treatment, quality of analysis, quality of research and authority provided, and technical quality of writing, including organization, grammar, syntax and form.
(16) A winner will be selected and notified by April 15, 2017. The first-place winner will receive a $2,500 stipend as well as round-trip airfare, accommodations, and admission to attend the VGBA’s 6th Annual Video Game Law Summit, May 15-16, 2017 in Los Angeles. The winning entry may be distributed to Video Game Bar Association members or published. The first-place winner may also be announced on the Video Game Bar Association website. As a condition of receiving any cash award, the winner must submit a completed W-9. Winners are responsible for all taxes associated with receiving an award. No substitutions for prizes will be permitted, except at the sponsor’s discretion.
(17) Judges may withhold some or all of the awards if the submissions are not of notable quality.
(18) Winning entries will be considered for publication or distribution to Video Game Bar Association members; however, publication and distribution decisions are made independent of the writing competition and there is no guarantee that a winning entry will be published or distributed. Winners must relinquish all rights to the Video Game Bar Association to reproduce entries in any medium and without restriction. By entering, the winners give the Video Game Bar Association the right to reproduce any entry material submitted in any medium without time, use, or territorial limitations.
(19) All expenses involved in preparing and submitting an entry are the entrant’s responsibility.
(20) Void where prohibited.