Game Development Website Announces Contest to Win an Intel Processor

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Digital Innovation Gazette (DIG) is holding the Dream Development Project Contest and rewarding the winner with a brand-new Intel Core i7-2600K processor that’s worth over $300.

Every developer dreams of creating an amazing project that gets put on hold for one reason or another. Now is the chance to make that ultimate project happen. Digital Innovation Gazette (DIG) is holding the Dream Development Project Contest and rewarding the winner with a brand-new Intel Core i7-2600K processor that’s worth over $300.

To enter the competition, submit a dream development project online at DigitalInnovationGazette.com from June 13 to July 10. Users will also be able to go on DIG and rate the best ideas of the bunch. So be sure to enter and encourage family and friends to vote for the submitted project. The 15 dream projects that earn the highest ratings will be judged by DIG’s panel of industry experts, who then will narrow the lot to five grand-prize winners. The winners of the Dream Development Project Contest will be announced on July 25.

DIG is a must-see website for anyone in the fields of digital artistry, computer game development, special effects, digital audio, computer graphics and related technology. The online publication gives its readers new, exciting information on the latest technological advances; advice on how to make workflow easier; and interviews and profiles with the most prolific digital artists. It’s a resource for people familiar with the realm of digital arts and who want to learn even more and interact with other experts in the field.

Studio One Networks, a pioneer in the Internet content syndication field, runs DIG. Started in 1997, Studio One creates and distributes original, award-winning online programs for major advertisers that serve more than 197 million consumers each month. These multimedia programs, which consist of original articles, audio, video and applications, are provided to more than 1,000 selected partner websites, including large media conglomerates and specialty, independent Web publishers.

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