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GeForce World of Tanks $100k Open - Creative Contest


NVIDIA's first ever GeForce World of Tanks Open Tournament rolls out with its world finals at PAX Prime on September 1st at Showbox SoDo in Seattle, WA.

Brought to you live on, the world’s leading video platform and community for gamers, and Wargaming, finalists from China, South East Asia, North and South America, Europe and Russia will compete for their share of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 600-series graphics cards and $100,000 in cold hard cash!

This tournament has gathered the very best tanking teams from around the world. Arriving from Russia we’ll meet Na’vi, representing the EU is Mousesports, NOA will compete on behalf of Southeast Asia, EP.WOT for China, and of course, you’ll see our very own Fulcrum Gaming battling it out as our NA champions.

Creative Contest Guidelines

Want to show your support and win Gold prizes? From now until August 30th we’ll be rewarding tankers who submit the best fan-created signs!

Picture yourself live at the event, part of the excited and anxious crowd. There is $100,000 on the line and these teams want to feed off the energy from the crowd. You stand up cheering holding a handmade sign that includes your favorite team name! Signs must adhere to the following guidelines:  

  • Images and phrasing must adhere to all of our forum moderation rules and policies
  • Images of your entry should be submitted on this submission thread
  • Only one entry per account/player please
  • The Wargaming Staff will pick their favorites and decide upon the winners*


1st Place: 10,000
2nd Place: 8,000
3rd Place: 6,000
4th Place: 4,000
5th Place: 2,000

*We're a pretty varied lot with a wide range of humors. We'll be looking for things that make us laugh, or say "Wow," or any number of things. Pretty much any and everything has a chance of picking up some serious Gold. May the most creative tankers win!

Discussion Thread Submission Thread