Learn how to offer prizes for our event sweepstakes!
Submissions close June 9th at 11:59PM Pacific Time
Reminder: If you submit a prize to us, you are committing to being able to provide that prize. Not taking this form seriously may result in automatic denial of your submission. If you don't think you can reliably provide a prize, don't submit it.
If you must revoke a prize submission, contact the Prize Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org immediately, before the deadline.
Submission Page: https://gamesdonequick.com/tracker/user/submit_prize/sgdq2019
List of accepted prizes for the event: https://gamesdonequick.com/tracker/prizes/sgdq2019
You can also check out the Games List if you need inspiration.
The two major guidelines for Prize Submissions are as follows. Prizes should be appropriate in terms of content for the stream, as a guideline try to keep things PG-13 at their worst. Prizes should also be at least somewhat related to a game in the marathon, or to gaming in general.
The deadline for prize submissions will be June 9th at 11:59PM PST. If you cannot make this deadline, please contact the Prize Coordinator immediately and we will attempt to accommodate you on a case by case basis.
Submitted prizes will not be publicly visible until they are accepted. Each Donor will receive an email notifying them about the status of their submitted prizes after they have all been reviewed.
If you are planning to submit multiple similar or smaller prizes, such as perlers, patches, or figures that are not packaged together, and feel strongly about keeping them together as a set, please make this information known in the "Extra Information" field of the form. Occasionally, we may split groups of similar smaller items into individual prizes instead of keeping them together as a single prize.
To submit a prize to SGDQ2019 the first thing you will need to do after clicking the submission link is create or log into a prize submission account. Note that a prize submission account is separate from your Games Done Quick account; if you have not registered a prize submission account, you will need to do so.
Most of the fields should be self explanatory, but it is worth mentioning that the Suggested Start and Suggested End game fields may appear blank, if the game schedule has not yet been released.
In order to ensure the integrity and compatibility of digital games we can only accept digital copies of games if they come to us directly from the developer.
Prizes are typically drawn and shipped a short time after the event, we wait around a month to ensure that we properly comply with local and state laws.
Feel free to send our Prize Coordinator an email at email@example.com We're always more than happy to discuss potential prize ideas.