Huge Update: Adding 150 Presents to our $21,000 Unity Christmas Giveaway

2016-12-07,

We're Adding 40% More Presents to our Unity Christmas Event! 

We  have already given out over 66 early Christmas presents to game developers as part of our Community-driven Unity Christmas Event.

But now it's time to up the odds! 

Due to the popularity of the Christmas event, we have been receiving quite a few e-mails from both conference organizers and Unity Asset Store developers, all of them wanting to sponsor gifts for Unity game developers.

With these new sponsors on board, the total value of all presents in the event have now risen from $15,000 to an amazing $21,000!

The additional 150 presents worth $6,000 will be unlocked when we reach the last sharing milestone (a total of 4,000 shares) that just went live. 

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How does the Christmas Giveaway Calendar work?

  1. You signup using your e-mail.

  2. Each day at approximately 4:00 PM GMT+1, we draw a set of winners among the participants. The winners are contacted directly via e-mail.

  3. Every participant will receive a daily e-mail from December 1st until December 25th, outlining who won and what you can win tomorrow.

Thanks to all the Unity Christmas Giveaway Calendar by Devdog sponsors!

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