Digital Walker Calls for Minecraft Challenge Entries

Think you’ve got what it takes to create the next Digital Walker concept store? Step up to the plate and put your Minecraft building skills to the test with the Digital Walker Minecraft Challenge!

According to their press release: The Digital Walker Minecraft Challenge – which will run from March 2 to April 15, 2016 – will see gamers of all ages in a build-off battle royal that will test their creativity and skills as they construct and design a Digital Walker concept store with an area limit of 75 x 75 blocks only.

Wow, talk about limited space! I’m no Minecraft aficionado but I do know a couple of peeps who are Minecraft addicts, haha!

Those who want to join the contest can upload their entries at starting today until April 15, 2016. You’re supposed to include screenshots and/or a video (highly recommended so that you can provide a 360-degree view of your design) for the brand to judge.

Here’s the criteria for the contest:
Digital Walker Minecraft Challenge Contest Mechanics

But of course, what do YOU get out of this? Well, what about local fame and glory?! LOL. Joke. The top 10 entries with the highest scores will be featured on the brand’s Facebook and Instagram accounts. And, of course, here are the list of prizes:

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The announcement of winners will happen on April 25, 2016, online on Digital Walker’s Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts.

So, what are you waiting for? Show Digital Walker your building chops and impress them enough to win amazing prizes!

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