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Fortnite’s New Contest Allows Your Own Tattoo Design to Appear on an Outfit – Financial Prize is at Stake

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The guys from Epic Games never seem to take a break from updating the legendary Fortnite as much as possible. The battle royale is now bringing the Zuri Tattoo Contest so that the fans will be able to see their own tattoo design printed on one of the game’s outfits, according to fortnitenews.com.

However, it’s not really child’s play to enter the new contest. Players will need to follow @fortnite on Instagram or @FortniteGame on Twitter. Last but not least, the applicants will have to make a post about their original concept by using the #ZuriTattooContest hashtag. You must also keep in mind that you must be at least 13 years old in order to participate.

You can win $2,500

If your application will lead to winning the contest, it also means that you’ll be given a cash prize of $2,500. It may not be much, but it’s still a fair amount.

Fortnite has also published a complete set of rules for its contest, and you are free to read it here.

Fortnite continues to offer a huge variety of ways to take down your opponents. The game works by the classical battle royale rule: the last man standing wins the game! If you’re not a fan of using close-range weapons to take down your enemies, you can always build yourself a tower that you can protect. You can even climb on top of it and put your deadly sniper to work. The opportunities are endless when it comes to Fortnite, and it’s all up to you to decide!

You have time until May 22 at 11:59 PM ET to submit your application if you’re interested in Fortnite’s little contest. The submission period already began on May 15. That means that applicants had a total of one week at their disposal to show whether they could win or not.

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