Microsoft Enticing Game Streamers with the Upload: Outreach Program

Posted Fri Aug 23, 2013 at 07:30 AM PDT by
Microsoft Upload Outreach Program

A one minute submission could net the entrant an Xbox One.

One of the big features of the next-gen consoles involves a phenomena peculiar to the current generation of games, live game streaming. With the new consoles, everyone will be able to easily share recorded game segments. To help kick start the accessibility, Microsoft has introduced the Upload: Outreach Program. The program asks the entrants to submit a "1 minute video about any Xbox 360 or Xbox One game you love," and twenty winners will receive a brand new Xbox One, a year of Xbox Live Gold, and a variety of launch games.

From Microsoft, "We are excited to announce the Upload Outreach Program, an effort to attract creative minds from around the world to become a major part of the Upload experience. Selected users will receive a brand new Xbox One, a 1 year Xbox Live Gold membership and some launch games, and will have the opportunity to collaborate closely with the Upload team to see their content show up within the Upload experience."

Full terms are available at the Xbox website.

Source: Xbox

Author: Brian Hoss

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