PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR TO WIN. ALL NATIONAL, FEDERAL, STATE, PROVINCIAL, LOCAL, AND MUNICIPAL LAWS AND
REGULATIONS APPLY. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED.
The Contest is sponsored by Supply Frame, Inc. (“Sponsor”), 61 S Fair Oaks Ave Suite 200, Pasadena, CA
Subject to the additional restrictions below, The Hackaday Prize (the “Contest”) is open to legal
residents of the fifty (50) United States and the District of Columbia, Canada (excluding Quebec), the United
Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Japan, India, South Africa, and wherever else
the Contest is not prohibited or restricted by law. The Contest is not open to residents of Quebec, Cuba, Iran,
North Korea, Sudan, Syria, or any jurisdiction where the Contest would be restricted or prohibited by law. Participants
must be at least 18 years of age (or the local age of majority where they live, if higher) at the time of registration,
except that minors age 13 or older may participate by obtaining the consent of a parent or legal guardian as
described below, as long as such participation is not prohibited or restricted by law where the minor lives.
Projects that were selected as Semifinalists in previous presentations of The Hackaday Prize are not eligible for entry
in this Contest, however, the contestants who developed those projects may enter with a substantially different project,
provided they are otherwise eligible under these Official Rules.
Existing projects, or projects that were entered in previous presentations of The Hackaday Prize but did not advance
to at least the Semifinal round, are eligible for submission as entries in this Contest with the following restrictions:
A new project page must be created.
The project must be significantly different from when previously entered and show meaningful development during the
course of the Contest.
Internet access, a YouTube, Vimeo, or Youku account and personal and project profile pages on hackaday.io are required
to participate. Employees and contractors of Sponsor and the family members of, and any persons domiciled with, any
such employees and contractors, are not eligible to win. The term “family members” includes spouses,
parents, grandparents, siblings, children, grandchildren and in-laws, regardless of where they live.
The Contest will open at 07:01 a.m. P.D.T. on March 12, 2018 and initial submissions will be accepted until 07:00
a.m. P.D.T. on October 8, 2018.
Participants will advance as described below until the Contest ends with the announcement of the prize winners
on or around
November 3, 2018
HOW TO ENTER.
The purpose of the Contest is to encourage Participants to develop solutions to address technology issues facing
The first stage of the Contest will consist of five (5) Challenge Rounds. Participants may enter the Contest during any
of the Challenge Rounds. Up to twenty (20) entries from each Challenge Round will be chosen to advance to the final
round. Participants must complete the requirements for at least one (1) Challenge Round to be eligible for the final
round. An entry may be submitted to any or all of the Challenge Rounds as long as it meets the requirements for each
Challenge Round in which it is submitted. All submissions must be in English and must comply with any specified requirements.
The steps listed below must be completed by the applicable Challenge Round close date (listed below) for an entry
to be considered.
Required for ALL Challenge Round Entries (Challenge Rounds 1-5):
Personal Profile. Create a personal profile on hackaday.io, completing all required fields and following all instructions
(required of each Participant, including each member of a team).
Project Profile. Create a project profile on hackaday.io, completing all required fields and following all instructions
Discuss the challenge the project addresses
Discuss how the project will alleviate or solve the problem that the project addresses.
Publish at least one (1) image illustrating how the project might be used. This may be a sketch, schematic, flow
chart, rendering, or other type of image.
Link to any repositories (e.g., Github).
Document all open-source licenses and permissions as well as any applicable third-party licenses/restrictions.
Submit the Project to
2018 Hackaday Prize
using the “Submit project to...” option found on the published Project Profile.
Required for ALL Entries in Challenge Rounds 2-5 (In addition to those set forth above):
Show at least four (4) Project Log updates or at least four (4) Build Instructions updates on your Project Profile.
Challenge Round Deadlines and Themes
Challenge Round 1: (Open Hardware Design Challenge)
Entry period begins 7:01 a.m. P.D.T on March 12, 2018 and closes 07:00 a.m. P.D.T on April 23, 2018.
Choose a challenge facing the world today and design the best plan possible for the boldest solution you can envision.
Showcase your design from start to finish, including aspects of system design, manufacturing challenges and choices,
as well as a plan for deployment. No physical prototypes are required for this challenge, only pictures, charts,
Challenge Round 2: (Robotics Module Challenge)
Entry period begins 07:01 a.m. P.D.T on April 23, 2018 and closes 07:00 a.m. P.D.T on June 4, 2018.
Build a module that can be used in robotics projects across the world, and show your module functioning in a robotics
application. Robotics modules include things that make robots move, sense, interact, or think. Your design should
make it easier for others to build incredible robot projects.
Challenge Round 3: (Power Harvesting Challenge)
Entry period begins 07:01 a.m. P.D.T on June 4, 2018 and closes 07:00 a.m. P.D.T on July 16, 2018.
Build a module that harvests ambient power for various applications and show your module powering a project. Power
harvesting includes getting energy from opportune sources like solar, thermal, wind, ambient light, inductive
coupling with power lines, etc. Your module can be the sole source of power or supplemental and should make it
easier for others to include power harvesting in their projects.
Challenge Round 4: (Human Computer Interface Challenge)
Entry period begins 07:01 a.m. P.D.T on July 16, 2018 and closes 07:00 a.m. P.D.T on August 27, 2018.
Build an innovative interface for humans to talk to machines or machines to talk to humans, and show your project
in action either controlling something or passing information from somewhere. This interface could be visual,
auditory, haptic, olfactory, etc. Put forth an interesting method that bring humans and computers together and
make it easier for people to include this technique in their projects.
Challenge Round 5: (Musical Instrument Challenge)
Entry period begins 07:01 a.m. P.D.T on August 27, 2018 and closes 07:00 a.m. P.D.T on October 8, 2018.
Build a module, interface, or full instrument that evolves or goes far beyond modern music instrumentation. Show
your project in action by creating at least one song with it. This should make it easier for people to make music
an interesting way.
07:00 a.m. P.D.T. on October 22, 2018
, complete the following steps:
Build a working prototype of your project.
Create a video, between two (2) minutes and five (5) minutes in length, that shows a working prototype. The video
should describe the challenge it addresses and demonstrate how it facilitates the solution. The video does not
need to be “studio quality,” but it should “sell” the project to non-technical viewers.
Upload the video to YouTube, Vimeo, or Youku and tag the video with the keyword:
Add the video link to the “Contest Entry Videos” section of your Project Profile found by clicking “Edit
Project”. Here is a graphic example of the video link submission section: https://goo.gl/qarDfo
Project Profile: On the Project Profile:
Link to the video
Post high-resolution photos of the project inside and out
Update and add detail to info entered at the previous stage(s)
Show at least ten (10) Project Log updates or at least ten (10) Build Instructions updates
Post a components list that is complete with a bill of materials for one unit
Post reproducible build instructions
Post complete schematics and documented input and output requirements and specifications for your module/design
Publish all design files Including Gerber files (req – RS274 / RS274X), STL files (opt), netlist (opt), nc
drill files (req – human readable), ODB++ (opt), STEP (opt), PCB files (opt), or any other design files
Entry of Minors:
Prior to starting on any of the entry requirements for any Challenge Round, a prospective Participant age 13 through
18 (or age 13 through the legal age of majority where the prospective Participant lives, if higher than 18) must
contact email@example.com for instructions on obtaining the consent of a parent or legal guardian to enter the Contest.
The prospective Participant and his or her parent or legal guardian must complete all instructions for the prospective
Participant to be eligible to participate.
Other Entry Terms:
Consistent with the agile and collaborative nature of hardware hacking, Sponsor may decide that reasonable modifications
to entry, judging or other criteria (for example, additional clarification or detail for submission requirements)
are appropriate for the Contest to run smoothly and to help the Participants make their best contributions to the
hardware hacking community. Sponsor reserves the right to modify or supplement these Official Rules, and to communicate
such modifications or supplements to Participants, as Sponsor deems reasonable.
A Participant may submit more than one project, but must create a Project Profile and fulfill all entry requirements
for each project. Each project will be evaluated independently.
The use of multiple identities for personal profiles is prohibited. Incomplete, forged, altered, automated, lost, late,
misdirected, garbled, or illegible submissions, or submissions that do not meet stated size, formatting or other
requirements will not be considered. In the event of a dispute, submissions will be deemed to have been submitted
by the owner of the hackaday.io account from which a submission was made, provided that person satisfies all other
Contest eligibility requirements. If there is a dispute as to the identity of that person, the authorized account
subscriber of the email address used to register for the user account will be deemed the owner. The authorized account
subscriber is the natural person who is assigned the email address by the ISP or other organization responsible for
assigning email addresses.
Any questions regarding the eligibility or appropriateness of any submissions, including videos, for consideration in
the Contest shall be resolved by Sponsor in its sole discretion. Sponsor reserves the right to disqualify any entries
by persons who submit false or misleading entry information or who Sponsor determines to be tampering with or abusing
any aspect of the Contest. Sponsor reserves the right to disqualify Participants whose submissions are frivolous
or fail to meet applicable requirements.
COMPETITION CRITERIA AND WINNER SELECTION.
Participants (or teams) will be evaluated at each stage as described below until prize winners are chosen.
At each stage, submissions will be evaluated on the basis of the Project Profile. Any content or material not
reflected on the Project Profile will not be considered. If a submission is disqualified or fails to progress
to the next stage, the Participant or team will not have the opportunity to resubmit the project.
Challenge Rounds 1-5:
At the close of each Challenge Round, Sponsor will select up to
entries to advance to the final round based on the following
Is this a unique solution to a particular challenge facing the world today?
How thoroughly documented were the design process & design decisions?
How easily can this design be implemented by other people in future projects?
How complete is the project?
Community Vote (Applicable to Challenge Round 1 Entries, Only):
The community on hackaday.io will vote on Challenge Round 1 entries. This will be decided by the “likes”
metric shown on the Project Profile. At the end of Challenge Round 1, up to twenty (20) top Community Vote winners
will be announced. Any hackaday.io user who registers on the hackaday.io website may participate in the Community
Vote, including Participants, but registering as multiple people or providing false information during registration
Announcement of Challenge Round Results:
On or around
April 30, 2018
, Sponsor will select up to
Challenge Round 1 submissions to advance to the Final Round based on the
evenly-weighted criteria above.
On or around
June 11, 2018
, Sponsor will select up to twenty (20) Challenge Round 2 submissions to advance to the Final Round based on the
evenly-weighted criteria above.
On or around
July 23, 2018
, Sponsor will select up to twenty (20) Challenge Round 3 submissions to advance to the Final Round based on the
evenly-weighted criteria above.
On or around
September 3, 2018
, Sponsor will select up to twenty (20) Challenge Round 4 submissions to advance to the Final Round based on the
evenly-weighted criteria above.
On or around
October 15, 2018
, Sponsor will select up to twenty (20) Challenge Round 5 submissions to advance to the Final Round based on the
evenly-weighted criteria above.
07:00 a.m. P.D.T. on October 22, 2018
, Sponsor will snapshot each Project Profile for evaluation. A panel of qualified judges will select the five (5) top
finalist submissions based on the
evenly-weighted criteria below. Subject to verification of eligibility with these Official Rules, the five (5)
top finalist submissions will be ranked by their score, with each place in the ranking determining which of the five
(5) prizes below (“Prizes”) will be awarded.
How thoroughly have the final round requirements been completed?
Does the project benefit society in some way?
How well documented is the project?
Is there base-level planning for the functionality (eg: functional block diagram, list of specifications and how
they will be met, etc.)?
Is there a depth of design detail available (like a system design, CAD models, project test methods, etc), and how
well do they demonstrate the project impact and viability?
Is the project creative, original, functional, and pushing boundaries?
How “Open” is the design? Preference will be given to projects that exhibit depth of Open Hardware and
Open Source Software.
Is the project reproducible (consider materials, skills, and processes) and could the work be extended for other
RULES FOR SUBMISSIONS.
All content provided by a Participant and/or Participant’s teammate(s) in connection with the Participant
or team’s participation in the Contest including, without limitation, any ideas, designs, plans, images,
videos, music, prototypes, software, source code, logos, names, or any other intellectual property (“Project
Content”), must be (a) the original content of the Participant and/or Participant’s teammate(s),
or (b) third-party content for which the Participant has secured all necessary consents, approvals, or licenses
for such content to be used by Participant, Sponsor, judges, and other members of the hackaday.io community as
contemplated herein. By posting, linking, tagging, or otherwise associating any Project Content with the Contest,
Participant represents and warrants that the Project Content, and the use of the Project Content by Participant,
Sponsor, judges, and hackaday.io users as contemplated herein, will not violate any rights of any person or entity,
including, without limitation, any copyright, trademark, patent, or other intellectual property rights, or rights
of privacy and publicity, or violate any applicable national, federal, state, or local laws, regulations, or
policies, including those relating to export control.
In addition to the above, the following standards apply to videos:
Videos must be the original creation of the Participant and/or a Participant’s teammate(s)
Videos must not depict or name any person who has not given written consent for such depiction (if requested, Participant
agrees to provide evidence of such written consent to Sponsor)
Videos must not:
Contain any advertisements, commercial endorsements, or content disparaging to any person or company (including competitors
Contain any content that is obscene, vulgar, or defamatory, or that is disparaging on the basis of race, ethnicity,
gender, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or age
Depict any activity, or imply any activity, that violates the law, involves drug or alcohol use, is sexual in nature,
involves gambling, or which may result in physical injury or property damage
Contain any content that is in poor taste, unsportsmanlike, or contrary to the values of Sponsor and the hackaday.io
Sponsor reserves the right to terminate any Participant’s participation in the Contest if, in Sponsor’s sole
discretion, any Project Content, including, without limitation, any video, submitted by the Participant or a teammate
of the Participant fails to comply with restrictions described in this section or any other applicable provision
of these Official Rules. Sponsor reserves the right to remove any Project Content from hackaday.io or Sponsor’s
social media accounts that Sponsor in its sole discretion deems objectionable for any reason.
OWNERSHIP OF SUBMISSIONS; LICENSES.
As between Sponsor and Participant, Participant retains ownership of all intellectual property rights in and
to the Project Content. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Participant acknowledges that a goal of the Contest is
to encourage the development of contributions which may be freely used by the hardware hacker community, including
users of hackaday.io, and that any license applicable to any Project Content should be open source if code or,
if other content, should permit copying, distribution, remixing, building upon or other uses for any purpose.
To the extent a license or other restriction applies that may restrict such uses of any Project Content, Participant
agrees to identify such Project Content and the applicable license or other restriction on the Project profile
page. Sponsor is not responsible for any failure by any hackaday.io user or other third party to comply with
any license or restriction applicable to any Project Content, or any other use, replication, distribution, and/or
modification of any Project Content by any person other than Sponsor (including, without limitation, the commercialization
of any ideas). Participant waives all moral rights in Project Content to the extent such rights are waivable.
As a condition of participation in the Contest, Participant grants Sponsor, its affiliates, subsidiaries, agents, and
advertising partners, a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free, non-exclusive license to use, reproduce,
adapt, modify, publish, distribute, publicly perform, create a derivative work from, and publicly display, in any
and all media (now known or later developed), submissions (including, without limitation, videos) (1) for the purposes
of reviewing, assessing, testing, and evaluating the submission in connection with the Contest; (2) for the purpose
of promoting the Project Content and/or the Contest to members of the hackaday.io community or others; and (3) in
connection with advertising and promotion for the benefit of Sponsor, the judges and any advertising partners associated
with hackaday.io or the Contest. Participant agrees to sign any additional waivers, licenses or releases that Sponsor
reasonably requests in order to make use of the rights granted herein.
Participant understands that, excluding the opportunity to win a prize, Participant will not receive any compensation
from Sponsor in connection with Participant’s participation in the Contest, and Participant is solely responsible
for any costs or expenses arising from such participation.
No Conflicting Obligations / Government Employees:
By participating, Participant represents and warrants that Participant is not subject to any conflicting obligations
that may restrict Participant’s participation in the Contest or the use of Participant’s submissions
by Sponsor, judges, or other parties as contemplated herein. A Participant who is an employee of the U.S. Government,
or who is employed by any other entity that may restrict participation in the Contest, represents and warrants that
he or she has obtained all necessary approvals needed to participate in the Contest and submit intellectual property
as contemplated by these Official Rules.
INDIVIDUAL OR TEAM ENTRY PERMITTED.
A Participant may enter individually, or groups of Participants may enter as a team. Each Participant in a
team must agree individually to and comply with these Official Rules. The failure of any Participant to comply
in any manner with these Official Rules may, in Sponsor’s sole discretion, result in the disqualification
of the Participant’s teammates. The project owner shall be automatically considered the captain (“Team
Captain”). By entering as a member of a team, a Participant acknowledges and agrees to the following rules
fter October 21, 2018
, the membership of a team may not be changed.
A Participant may not submit any Project Content on behalf of the team without the agreement of each member of the
Each member of the team is responsible for ensuring the compliance of the team with these Official Rules, including
the compliance of any and all Project Content with these Official Rules regardless of which member creates or
If a Project submitted by a team of Participants is awarded a prize, such prize will be awarded to the Team Captain.
It is up to the Team Captain to decide how to allocate the prize.
All monetary values are in United States Dollars.
One (1) Grand Prize:
Subject to verification of eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules, one (1) Grand Prize winner will
be awarded a cash prize of
One (1) Second Prize:
Subject to verification of eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules, one (1) Second Prize winner will
be awarded a cash prize of
One (1) Third Prize:
Subject to verification of eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules, one (1) Third Prize winner will
be awarded a cash prize of
One (1) Fourth Prize:
Subject to verification of eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules, one (1) Fourth Prize winner will
be awarded a cash prize of
One (1) Fifth Prize:
Subject to verification of eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules, one (1) Fifth Prize winner will
be awarded a cash prize of
(100) Finalist Prizes:
Subject to verification of eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules, up to one hundred (100) submissions
which advance to the final round will be awarded a cash prize of $1,000.
Community Vote Prize:
Subject to verification of eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules,
up to twenty (20) Community Vote winners
will be selected to win a cash prize of
up to $200
, as detailed below.
Sponsor will evaluate the Challenge Round 1 entries based on their technical merit, approving only those entries
that meet the Challenge Round 1 entry requirements and conform to the Challenge Round 1 theme (described above).
Challenge Round 1 entries approved at Sponsor’s sole discretion will then be selected by ranking the most “likes”
on their Project Profile at the close date of that Challenge Round
(i.e., 7:00 am P.D.T. on April 23, 2018).
The selected winners will receive $1 for each “like” on their Project Profile,
up to a limit of $200
Total ARV of all prizes to be awarded in the Contest:
Please allow 8 to 10 weeks after the end of the Contest for the prizes to be fulfilled. Sponsor is not responsible for
any fluctuations in the value of any prize (e.g., due to differences in exchange rates) occurring throughout the
duration of the Contest or otherwise before the prize is fulfilled.
WINNER NOTIFICATION AND ACCEPTANCE.
Sponsor will notify Participants who advance past the Challenge Rounds by email or phone call to each Team
Captain or individual Participant (as applicable). The top five finalists will find out their ranking via an
announcement on Hackaday.com on or around
November 2, 2018
A PARTICIPANT IS NOT A WINNER OF ANY PRIZE UNLESS AND UNTIL SPONSOR HAS COMPLETED ITS VERIFICATION OF PARTICIPANT’S
In order to claim a prize, a potential winner must respond to Sponsor’s notification within five (5) business days
by emailing Sponsor at firstname.lastname@example.org. Potential winners may be required to complete an affidavit of eligibility
and/or provide other documentation Sponsor reasonably requires to verify eligibility and compliance with these Official
Rules, as well as a liability and publicity release (except where prohibited by law). Required documents must be
notarized, if applicable, and returned within five (5) business days.
Sponsor’s inability to reach a potential winner after a reasonable (as solely determined by Sponsor) effort has
been made, the failure of a potential winner to timely respond to a prize notification, the return of any prize notification
as undeliverable, and/or a potential winner’s failure to comply with any term or condition of these Official
Rules may, in Sponsor’s sole discretion, result in the potential winner’s disqualification. Sponsor in
its sole discretion may select a substitute winner by awarding the prize to another member of a winning team or by
awarding the prize to the submission that received the next highest score according to the judging criteria. If Sponsor
makes a reasonable effort to select another potential winner and that winner does not respond or is ineligible, the
prize will not be awarded and will remain the property of Sponsor.
A winner may waive the right to receive a prize. Prizes are non-assignable and nontransferable.
Each winner is solely responsible for reporting and payment of any taxes on a prize. Winners are solely responsible
for all national, federal, state, and local taxes on prize value and, as applicable, will be issued an IRS Form 1099
(or other applicable form) based on the prize value determined by Sponsor. Prize winners agree and acknowledge that
Sponsor may be required to withhold and remit a portion of prize value to comply with applicable tax laws.
In the event the Contest is compromised by a virus, non-authorized human intervention, tampering, or other
causes beyond the reasonable control of Sponsor which corrupt or impair the administration, security, fairness
or proper operation of the Contest, Sponsor reserves the right in its sole discretion to suspend, modify, or
terminate the Contest. Should the Contest be terminated prior to the end date, Sponsor reserves the right to
award prizes based on submissions received before the termination date. Proof of sending or submission of any
Project Content will not be deemed proof of receipt by Sponsor.
in the Contest. By participating, Participant represents and warrants that Participant has read and agrees to
and Sponsor’s terms of service located at
expressly consents to the sharing of all submission information (including, without limitation, information submitted
to a Participant’s personal profile and Project Profile) with Sponsor and other parties, such as judges, in
connection with the administration of the Contest. Participant grants Sponsor permission to contact Participant using
the information provided on the Participant’s personal profile or Project Profile, including name, address,
Official Rules, these Official Rules will control.
Participant may choose during entry or registration to expressly instruct Sponsor that Participant wishes to receive
special offers and information about services that may be of interest and to grant permission to Sponsor to send
emails to Participant regarding these things. If Participant does not provide such express consent during registration
and the entry process, Participant shall not be registered to receive such offers. Participant may unsubscribe from
such offers by following unsubscribe instructions in the email messages.
By entering the Contest, Participant agrees that Sponsor has the absolute right and permission, except to the
extent prohibited by law, to use Participant’s name, voice, likeness, and biographical information in connection
with the Contest for any commercial, publicity, or promotional purpose without limitation, review, approval or
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY; WAIVER.
The limitations of liability and waiver apply to the extent permitted by the laws of the country, state, or
province of the applicable Participant. To the extent any of the following limitations are not permitted under
the laws of the state, province, or country where the Participant lives, Participant agrees that the remaining
portions of these limitations that are permissible shall apply to the maximum extent permitted by law.
Sponsor, its advertising partners and prize providers (and any of the respective parent companies, affiliates, and subsidiaries
of each), Contest judges, any other party that assists Sponsor in operating the hackaday.io website or conducting
the Contest, and any social media or service provider used in connection with the Contest (including, without limitation,
YouTube, Vimeo, and Youku) (the “
”) are not responsible for illegible, lost, late, incomplete, misdirected, or undeliverable email; or for any computer,
telephone, satellite, cable, network, electronic or Internet hardware or software malfunctions, failures, connections,
or availability, or garbled, corrupt or jumbled transmissions, service provider/Internet/website accessibility, availability,
or traffic congestion, or any technical, typographical, or other error, or unauthorized human intervention, or the
incorrect or inaccurate capture of registration information, or the failure to capture, or loss of, any such information.
The Released Parties assume no responsibility for any error, omission, interruption, deletion, defect, delay in operation
or transmission, communications line failure, or technical error.
The Released Parties make no warranties, and to the fullest extent permitted by applicable law hereby disclaim any and
all warranties, express or implied, concerning any prize furnished in connection with the Contest. WITHOUT LIMITING
THE GENERALITY OF THE FOREGOING, SUCH PRIZES ARE PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AND TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW THE RELEASED PARTIES HEREBY DISCLAIM ALL
By participating in the Contest, Participant agrees to irrevocably and unconditionally waive any rights to bring any
lawsuit, claim, action, or proceeding against any of the Released Parties in connection with the Contest.
By participating, Participant agrees to release, defend, indemnify, and hold harmless each of the Released
Parties from any and all claims, lawsuits, judgments, causes of action, proceedings, demands, fines, penalties,
liability, costs and expenses (including, without limitation, reasonable outside attorneys’ fees) that
may arising in connection with (i) Participant’s breach of any representation or warranty hereunder; (ii)
the Project Content; or (iii) Participant’s acceptance, use, or misuse of any prize. To the extent the
laws of Participant’s country, state, or province limit or do not permit any of the foregoing indemnifications,
Participant agrees that the indemnification obligations that are permissible shall apply to the maximum extent
permitted by law.
BINDING NATURE; CONSTRUCTION.
By participating in the Contest, Participant agrees to be bound by all applicable laws, these Official Rules,
and the decisions of Sponsor, which are final and binding in all respects. The invalidity or unenforceability
of any provision of these Official Rules shall not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision.
In the event that any such provision is determined to be invalid or otherwise unenforceable, these Official Rules
shall be construed in accordance with their terms as if the invalid or unenforceable provision were not contained
Any questions, complaints or issues should be addressed to email@example.com. For a copy of the winners’
list, email firstname.lastname@example.org after
November 5, 2018
. Any such requests for the winners’ list must be received no later than thirty (30) days after such date.