Gamescom 2013: Microsoft Reveals the Upload Outreach Program Competition, Which Can Net You a Free Xbox One and More

on August 22, 2013 8:04 PM

During E3, Microsoft revealed an app called Upload, which allows gamers with an Xbox Live Gold account to record gameplay footage on their Xbox One and then upload it on the internet for everyone to see. Expanding on that, Microsoft has announced a new initiative that challenges gamers to create a one minute video about any Xbox 360 or Xbox One game of their choice.

You must send the video’s link to by September 15th at 11:59 pm GMT. The winners will receive a brand new Xbox One, a 1 year Xbox Live Gold membership, some launch games and will have the opportunity to collaborate with the Upload team to see their content show up within the Upload experience. You can go here for more details on the competition.

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