Gamescom 2013: Microsoft Unveils Xbox One Upload Outreach Program
Today at Gamescom 2013, Microsoft announced something pretty awesome that I hope we’re eligible to be a part of. It’s something called the Xbox One Upload Outreach Program, which is a new initiative designed to attract “creative minds” to the platform.
Those who are interested in participating are tasked with creating and submitting a one-minute long video about any Xbox One game they enjoy. This video will need to be uploaded to a service such as YouTube or Vimeo and then sent over to email@example.com by September 15 at midnight.
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If you’re wondering what’s in it for you, well, that’s the amazing part. Those who are chosen for the program will receive an Xbox One, a one-year Xbox Live Gold subscription, free Xbox One launch titles, and the opportunity to join up with Microsoft’s Upload team in the future.
Pretty insane, hey?
I might enter, just for fun as I suspect those with insane video editing skills will be able to make the most out of one minute of footage. Nevertheless, I’m game.