GameX Cosplay Contest / Rules
Guide to Guidance
Those who will register for the Group Cosplay Competition must select a person for pre-application, check-in and communication on behalf of the group. The information of the selected person should be given during registration.
You need to upload the desired images to the Google Drive and share the file’s shareable link in the relevant part of the form.
“How to share a link in Google Drive?”
⦁ Everyone who participated in the competition must have bought an entrance ticket. Those who qualify to participate in the competition will be allowed to enter the VIP entrance without waiting.
⦁ Participants in the contest will automatically be disqualified which has already earned a degree in any activity with the same costume.
⦁ You can participate the contest as any manga, game, movie, comic book or book character. The original (your own creation) characters will not be accepted.
⦁ Participants must have made at least 60% of the costume by theirselves.
⦁ For the Group Cosplay Contest, check-in from the event area is mandatory until Saturday, September 16 at 13.00 and for the Individual Cosplay competition until Sunday, September 17 at 13.00. Check-in will not be accepted after 13.00.
⦁ Group Cosplay Contest will hold an on September 16, Individual Cosplay Contest will be on September 17.
⦁ The maximum duration of the stage in the individual Cosplay Contest is 2 minutes.
⦁ The maximum duration for group Cosplay is 4 minutes.
⦁ In the group Cosplay competition, a person must be selected for pre-application, check-in and communication processes on behalf of the group. The information of the selected person should be given during registration.
⦁ In the group Cosplay Contest, there will be no limit on the number of competitors but the number will not change according to the number of people.
⦁ It is forbidden to bring pets to the stage show.
⦁ In Individual and Group Cosplay competitions, the equipment that will burn, flammable, explosive and scum during the stage show is prohibited.
⦁ The Prize Pool will be bigger and wider with content on past competitions. Stay on standby.
Note: People under 15 can not participate in the contest.
What is Cosplay?
Cosplay is a contraction of the words costume play, is a hobby in which participants called cosplayers wear costumes and fashion accessories to represent a specific character. Cosplayers often interact to create a subculture, and a broader use of the term “cosplay” applies to any costumed role-playing in venues apart from the stage. Any entity that lends itself to dramatic interpretation may be taken up as a subject and it is not unusual to see genders switched. Favorite sources include anime, cartoons, comic books, live-action films, television series and video games.