Fortnite Video Challenge
Video contest Swisscom Gaming Cup feat. Fortnite
The contest for one of two places at the finals of the Swisscom Gaming Cup feat. Fortnite (27.5.2020, 18:30h) is open to anyone who submits their video on one of the social media platforms Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or TikTok, using the hashtag #SwisscomGamingCup, from 15 May 2020 and before 25 May 2020, 6pm (18:00h).
All persons from the age of 14 who are resident in Switzerland and who are playing on Playstation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch or by smartphone are eligible to take part. The competition is not open to employees of Swisscom and its partner companies.
The winners will be notified via direct message on the relevant platform and then published on @Swisscom_Gaming. A selection of the uploaded videos will be shown in the streamings of “Pistolenhenry”.
No correspondence will be entered into. No cash payments will be made and the decision will be final.
By uploading their video, the participant transfers full copyright to Swisscom free of charge and unlimited in terms of territory, time and subject matter.
The participant confirms that he/she owns all the rights to the video sent in. The participant expressly assures that the person(s) shown in it have been informed about the extent to which it will be used in accordance with the present participation conditions before uploading it and have expressly given their consent to this.
The participant confirms that the uploaded video does not violate the rights of third parties, in particular trademark, copyright and personal rights, in any way.
Swisscom reserves the right to check videos for compliance with the participation conditions and, if necessary, to reject or delete the video without prior notice if there is a risk of violation of the participation conditions, or if the video contains illegal or otherwise objectionable content.
Swisscom also reserves the right to delete videos that violate the following principles at any time. The following, in particular, are not tolerated:
- Objectionable, obscene, pornographic, threatening, violent, discriminating, racist, insulting, pejorative, misleading, or illegal content, as well as content that violates the rights of third parties (including their copyrights and personal rights);
- Content that contains direct or indirect advertising for third-party products;
- Content to which the participant does not have the necessary rights. This is particularly the case with trademarks (e.g. the Swisscom logo).