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Create Your Own Gaming Video With Alan Walker’s “Fake A Smile” And You Could Win Big

Create Your Own Gaming Video With Alan Walker’s “Fake A Smile” And You Could Win Big

English-Norwegian DJ and record producer Alan Walker has launched a new challenge for fans using his upcoming single “Fake A Smile”: For Those Who Dare – Gameplay Animation Challenge. Participants are challenged to create their own animated music video using video game footage synced with Walker’s upcoming single as background music. The gaming footage can be from any game the participant prefers – the choice is yours!

To join the challenge, upload your animated story to YouTube with the hashtags #ForThoseWhoDare and #FakeASmile. The challenge submission period is from March 12 to April 2, 2021. During this time, Alan will be looking through the entered videos and adding them to a playlist on his channel. The winner of the Gameplay Animation Challenge will be announced between April 10 – 13 on Alan Walker’s official social media and YouTube channel. 

And now for the fun part. The first prize winner will have their entry uploaded to Alan Walker’s YouTube channel, bringing massive reach and exposure to their personal channel. The first prize winner will also receive two tickets to a virtual Meet & Greet with Alan Walker, an ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 Laptop, an autographed Alan Walker hoodie, and other Alan Walker merchandise. Second, third, and honorable mention winners have the opportunity to win an ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 Laptop, an ASUS ROG Strix Scope RZ keyboard, an ASUS ROG Chakra Wireless Gaming Mouse, and autographed Alan Walker merch. 

Good luck to all the participants in the Alan Walker For Those Who Dare Gameplay Animation Challenge. Now get creative, get gaming, and get posting! 

Visit AlanWalker.com/ForThoseWhoDare for more information + terms & conditions.

Create Your Own Gaming Video With Alan Walker’s “Fake A Smile” And You Could Win Big

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