Chivalry: Medieval Warfare Map Contest Announced With Prices Totaling More Than $25,000

Torn Banner is partnering with Epic Games, Steam, Nvidia, and Logitech to bring gamers: Fortification: a mapping contest for the Team Objective mode in Chivalry: Medieval Warfare.

According to the press release. prizes will be totaling more than $25,000. $10,000 will be awarded to the best map of the lot, with other prizes for the runner ups.

The Contest will be conducted in two Rounds. Round 1 will commence on March 3rd, 2014 and final submissions must be on Steam Workshop by 12:00 noon EST May 1st, 2014. The Second/Final Round will commence on May 1st, 2014 and final submissions must be on Steam Workshop by 12:00 noon EST June 30th 2014.

The second and final round of the contest will run for another full 2 months. It will include entries previously submitted for the first round of the contest as well as newly submitted entries. The Gold Prize winner will take home $10,000, an NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 780 TI, an NVIDIA SHIELD, and an armload of Logitech accessories.

Here are the prices:

First Round

1st Prize
$1000
Logitech G510s Gaming Keyboard
LogitechG602 Wireless Gaming Mouse
Epic Games Gear Bundle

2nd Prize
$800
Logitech G13 Gaming Keyboard
Logitech G240 Gaming Surface
Epic Games Gear Bundle

3rd Prize
$700
Logitech G13 Gaming Keyboard
Epic Games Gear Bundle

4th 
$600
Epic Games Gear Bundle

5th
$500
Epic Games Gear Bundle

Second/Final Round
Bigger rewards and more exposure
Gold Prize
$10,000
NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 780 TI + NVIDIA SHIELD
Logitech G710+ Mechanical gaming Keyboard
Logitech G700 Gaming mouse
Logitech G440 hard gaming mouse pad

Silver Prize
$5,000
NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 780 TI
Logitech G710+ Mechanical gaming Keyboard
Logitech G700 Gaming mouse
Logitech G440 hard gaming mouse pad

Bronze Prize
$2,500
NVIDIA SHIELD
Logitech G510s Gaming Keyboard
Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse
Logitech G240 Gaming Surface

Enjoy and best luck to everyone!

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