Star Wars: The Old Republic “Build Your Alliance” Contest

How would you like to have the chance to win some really cool prizes from BioWare and Nvidia? Well, here is your chance because they have a pretty awesome contest going on but it ends on January 17th so don’t waste any time getting your chance to enter.

All you need to do is download, install and run the GeForce Experience to get started. Then you record using the exclusive ShadowPlay feature. Then you just upload your recording to YouTube using the hashtags #BuildYourAllianceContest and #ShareEveryWin, then submit the form with your YouTube link to enter. You can then share and promote your entry. The current most voted and latest submissions are available for your viewing on the official contest page so you can see what other people are entering with.

Learn more about how to enter here.

From Nvidia:

Step into your own Star Wars story and build your alliance against the Eternal Empire in Star Wars™: The Old Republic™ for a chance to earn awesome rewards from BioWare and NVIDIA!

Entering the contest is easy. Just play Star Wars: The Old Republic, including the newly launched story expansion, Knights of the Fallen Empire, and record your gameplay experience with NVIDIA®ShadowPlay. Then use hashtags #BuildYourAllianceContest and #ShareEveryWin when you post your video to YouTube, Twitter, or Instagram and fill out the official Entry Form below!”

More info:

“Three of our favorites will each win a powerful gaming PC plus valuable in-game rewards from BioWare. Ten runner ups will receive a GeForce GTX 960 + great prizes from BioWare.

What are you waiting for? Join your allies and be at the center of your own Star Wars adventure now:

  • Experience a return to BioWare storytelling
  • Become the Outlander and travel to the outer rim of the galaxy
  • Confront a powerful new enemy, Emperor Valkorion
  • Make choices that matter and recruit Companions into your Alliance

Lisa Clark

Lisa has been an avid gamer since she was old enough to hold her first controller and a game writer for more than a decade. A child of the Nintendo generation, she believes they just don’t make games like they used to but sometimes, they make them even better! While consoles will always be her first love, Lisa spends most of her gaming time on the PC these days- on MMOs and first-person shooters in particular.