Genshin Impact Lantern Rite Art Contest

Genshin Impact Lantern Rite Art Contest Prizes Include Primogems

The Genshin Impact Lantern Rite art contest is now officially open. Prizes for the Lantern Rite art contest include primogems and cash prizes in USD. Submissions to the Genshin Impact Lantern Rite art contest will remain open until February 14, 2022. Winners will receive their rewards sometimes after April 12, 2022. Outside of a panel that will judge the submissions, the results will also take into consideration the amount of votes a piece has received. The panel will judge the piece based on how closely it follows the Lantern Rite theme and how well it adheres to the general background of Genshin Impact.

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A total of 90 winners can be selected, with winners divided into five different categories. The categories are as follows:

  • Gold – 5 Winners: Rewards include 10,000 primogems and $200
  • Silver – 10 Winners: Rewards include 5,000 primogems and $150
  • Bronze – 15 Winners: Rewards include 3,000 primogems and $80
  • Runner-Up Winners: Rewards include 1,000 primogems and $30
  • Lucky Prize Winners: Rewards include 1,000 primogems and $15

Additionally, contestants may submit a total of five entries. However, each submission can only be of a single art piece. Anything deemed unfinished by the panel of judges will be removed from the possible pool of entries. Additionally, contestants must also submit in-progress pieces of their final entries as proof that the work belongs to them.

Genshin Impact is available for PS4, PS5, PC, and Android and iOS devices. A Nintendo Switch version is in development.

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