Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I apply to enter #CMWS19?
A: The registration has closed.
Q: What is the difference between the Master League and the Apprentice League?
A: It depends on your level of experience with modding, the Master League is designed for experienced modders competing with the best around the world. The Apprentice League is aimed at newcomers and up-and-coming modders looking to take their hobby of modding to the next level. For more details see Master League and Apprentice League
Q: Can I enter both leagues?
A: The leagues are designed for modders of different skill levels and experience. The purpose of the Apprentice League is to welcome those new to modding, to compete against others within their same level of experience.
Q: Am I allowed to enter more than 1 mod into #CMWS19?
A: Yes, each mod is considered an individual entry by the judges and public voting, meaning you must create a separate showcase project and worklogs for each of your projects
Q: Why do I have to create an account on CM Fanzone?
A: You must have an account on the website to showcase your project and update the worklogs
Q: How do I submit a worklog?
A: Log into your account and select 'Add a new showcase' to add information about your entry. There is a worklog section in the showcase page which will allow you to create as many entries as you want.
Q: How many worklog posts do I need to create?
A: As many as you would like, but the key is to show the entire process of your MOD from start to finish, including photos and videos. This way the judges can see the detail you’ve put into your project.
Q: How do I submit my mod for judging?
A: You need to mark your project as ‘finished’ and fill out the submission form which will be available in September, 2019.
Q: Will there be any public or community voting this year?
A: Yes, the number of votes received for each mod will contribute to the final score, along with the judge’s scores.
Q: What if I started my mod before #CMWS19 launched?
A: If you started a project prior to the contest, the start date cannot be earlier than July 1st, 2018. Any mods that are found to have been started or shared prior to July 1st, 2018 will be automatically disqualified.
Q: When is the project completion deadline?
A: All final submissions are due by October 10th, 2019 (GMT -11).
Q: When will the winners be announced?
A: All winners will be announced November 11th, 2019.
Q: How are the winners selected?
A: A panel of expert judges will score each mod based on pre-determined criteria. See more Master League and Apprentice League. Community votes will also contribute to your final score.
Q: How many winners will be announced this year (2019)?
A: Master League – 4 winners, Apprentice League – 5 winners
Q: When do I have to use the CMWS19 watermark?
A: Only when you share your final mod photos on Social Media, you can download the logo here