Champions Online Celebrates 10 Years With A Costume Contest
Champions Online is turning the big one-oh and has decided to mark the special occasion with a costume contest hosted by none other than Top Ten. (Seems appropriate.)
As one might expect, the theme of the costume contest is "Ten" -- for the ten years the game has been around, although just celebrating the number 10 is also apparently acceptable. The event will take place this Thursday, September 18 at 4 PM Pacific and will be live streamed with the game's developers serving as judges.
The devs will choose three winners and ten runners up. The top three will be given a Gold Costume Voucher A, a purple Foil Costume Box Voucher, a Contest Special Item Voucher, and 2 Dev Tokens. Runners-up will be given a Purple Costume Voucher A, Purple Foil Costume Box Voucher, and one developer token.
Those wanting to participate will need to go to the Powerhouse Theater in-game. Even if you don't participate in the contest itself, it's worth going as all attendees will be given a new 'Judge' emote.
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