Logitech G launches its debut Content Creator Academy competition

Starting this weekend, 9 October, prospective local content creator megastars can sign up for this “first-of-its-kind” opportunity, with a unique prize up for the win. Get hype.

Hosted by game technologies corp Logitech G, the Content Creator Academy competition is a face-off between South African stream scene wannabes for a six-month brand contract, and a space for participants to engage with each other and improve their relevant skills at the same time.

“We realise that young members of our gaming community are already creating exciting content. They require some guidance, tools and knowledge to develop their content creation skills,” said Alexander “Lizzard” Olls Logitech G Marketing Manager. “Logitech G’s Content Creator Academy not only combines gamers’ love for gaming and content creation, but it’s also an opportunity for us to engage with our loyal community of gamers and learn from each other along the way.”

For this competition, Logitech G wants an authentic South African perspective from contestants, representative of our diverse gaming culture. Eight finalists will be selected for special ops training with Sam “TechGirlZA” Wright and Super2Bit’s David “Dangerous Dave” Kozlowski, including a c-c-combo of technical, writing, and social skills development. Out of these eight finalists, two winners will be decided.

COMPETITION RULES

  • Entry opens on 9 October and closes on 23 October
  • Entry is free
  • You must be 18 or over and active on more than two social media platforms (streaming platforms count!) to enter
  • Finalists will be announced on 30 October, and the Content Creator Academy commences on 1 November
  • Winners will be announced on 15 December
  • Finalists and winners to be chosen entirely at Logitech G’s discretion
  • Contractual obligations to be discussed on an individual basis
  • Prizes are not transferable for cash

For more info about the Content Creator Academy, you can visit Logitech’s Facebook page.

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