Contest for WWE Universe to design WWE 2K14 video game cover

 

2K announced a contest giving the WWE Universe a unique opportunity to design its own WWE 2K14 video game cover artwork.

WWE superstar The Rock is the game’s official cover Superstar, but for the first time, 2K is giving consumers the ability to create their own designs for the chance to appear exclusively on the inside of game copies at retail outlets.

Whether consumers opt for designs featuring the likes of WWE superstars John Cena, CM Punk, Dolph Ziggler or Ryback, the decision is now in their hands. Participants can go online to wwe.2k.com/covercontest and choose from a wide variety of images featuring WWE superstars and divas, as well as iconic 2K livery, to enhance their designs.

The winning cover artwork will be selected on creative merit and included with copies of WWE 2K14 at retail, as well as featured by 2K in social media and official promotions.

To submit contest entries, consumers will use Twitter to promote their images, with the hashtag #WWE2K14Cover included in their tweets.

No purchase necessary. Currently open to legal residents of the 50 states and D.C., at least 18 years of age. Contest ends at 11:59:59 p.m. ET on July, 23. Void where prohibited. Subject to the official rules, located at www.wwe.2k.com/covercontest. A similar contest is also planned for Europe, with details to follow in the coming weeks.

For information on WWE 2K14, visit www.wwe.2k.com, facebook.com/WWEgames and @WWEgames on Twitter.

2K is a publishing label of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTWO).

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