Valve Hosting $1 million CS:GO Dreams & Nightmares Skin Art Contest

Valve Hosting $1 million CS:GO Dreams & Nightmares Skin Art Contest

Valve has announced a workshop art contest for designers to win $1 million. The concept will invite the ten best designers in the world to submit their artwork on existing or new dream/nightmare-inspired designs.

The submission for the arts begins on the 22nd of July and lasts until the 21st of October, 2021. Valve, in the announcement also released a dedicated website for the contest, which briefs everything in detail from rules to execution.

The designer must have a working Steam account with CS:GO active and non-limited in any form whatsoever. There are no limits to the number of submissions. Valve is asking the creative members of the CS:GO community to create their own weapon finishes and submit them to the CS:GO workbench on the Steam platform. Anyone is encouraged to create their own skin and Valve has posted guides and information regarding how they’re created and selected on its website. Skins with different rarity and wear alterations have a better chance of being selected by the CS:GO development team and they must be “original dream or nightmare-themed weapon finishes.”

Creators are encouraged to either adapt existing styles or finishes or create new artwork that’s all their own. There’s no limit to the number of submissions you can enter, and creators can collaborate with each other on weapon skins provided everyone is properly credited. The FAQ says it’s possible for an artist with multiple submissions to win more than one of the 10 prizes. Valve doesn’t own any skins that are created or submitted.

The CS:GO workshop is already filled with different weapon skins designed by members of the community. Over the years, several of those skins have been selected to be added to a case. There will be a total of 15 skins added to the Dreams & Nightmares case with four rarities:

  • Covert: AK-47 and MP-9
  • Classified: MP-7, Dual Berettas, and FAMAS
  • Restricted: XM-1014, PP-Bizon, G3SG1, M4A1-S, and USP-S
  • Military Spec: Five-SeveN, SCAR-20, MAG-7, P2000, Sawed-Off, MAC-10, and MP5-SD

Valve says the winners will be announced by the 21st of November, 2021, where ten winners will get $100,000 each.

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