BBM Stickamania is now live in Nigeria, encouraging the most creative and expressive stickers to be designed for BBM. BBM Nigeria invites you to create your signature stickers – the winning sticker pack stands the chance of being featured in the BBM Shop.
“In Africa, the BBM Shop gets over 20 million views each month and has tallied 60 million total stickers sent and received,” said Matthew Talbot, SVP, BBM at BlackBerry. “This contest opens the doors for more talented artists and designers to make their own unique stickers come to life in BBM and we are hoping to see huge enthusiasm in Nigeria.”
BBM Stickers have become one of the most important and interesting components of BBM. The competition offers illustrators, designers and any talented creatives’ the chance to create stickers based on unique characters and win a range of exciting cash prizes, as well as the opportunity for their sticker range to be made available for download from the BBM Shop. Those voting for their favorite stickers will also have the chance of winning 10,000 Naira Airtime Recharge.
How to Apply
- Fill out the registration form and agree to the terms and conditions.
- Read the design guidelines and follow the instructions.
- Submit your sticker using the provided submission form. Deadline for submission is February 12, 2016.
Submissions must be in transparent PNG format, with 72 dpi resolution and sized 1000 x 1000 pixels
If you suck at designs and feel left out, you’d be glad to know you can also vote for your favourite stickers for a chance to win too. Voting will be on from February 8th until February 19th, 2016
To increase chances of winning, contestants should encourage their friends and family to vote online for their sticker pack, as well as promoting their creative designs via social media. Winners of the BBM Stickamania competition will be announced on February 22, 2016. For more information visit the official page.
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