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ASUS kicks off Pro Artist Awards with $100,000 in prizes

The ASUS Pro Artist Awards have kicked off. If you have a penchant for art and design, you can submit an entry for a chance to win a share of the cash prize pool, as well as high-end Asus Creator hardware, including laptops and monitors.  

There are four submission categories – photography, graphic design, film and animation, so you can submit anything from a landscape photo to a stop motion animation clip. Submissions will then be available for public voting, as well as a panel of experts.

The grand prize includes $10,000 USD, a ProArt Studiobook 16 OLED H5600 or Zenbook Pro Duo UX582 laptop and a Pro Art PA329CV monitor. The second place prize includes $5,000 USD, a ProArt Studiobook 16 OLED H5600 laptop or ProArt Station PD5 PS500TC PC, and a ProArt Display PA328CGV monitor. There will also be a People's Choice Award, the winner of which will receive a Vivobook Pro 16X OLED N7600 laptop, or a PA279CV monitor and a ProArt Z690 motherboard.

There are a few other prizes, including the opportunity to list the winning artwork as an NFT with financial assistance from ASUS, although the T&Cs stipulate that the winner does not have to list an NFT if they don't want to.

The competition is open for submissions and public voting until the 15th of May. Judging will then take place until the 30th of May and finally, winners will be announced on the 15th of June. You can find all of the details and how to enter, HERE.

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