Odin Law and Media Giveaway (Two Tickets to Video Games Live in Raleigh, NC)

As a way of saying thanks to loyal readers and clients (and to highlight how to properly run a giveaway) – Odin Law and Media is offering up two free tickets to the Video Games Live concert in Raleigh, NC on Saturday, October 5th.

Enter by submitting this form:

As this is a sweepstakes (also known as a giveaway), it is a promotional drawing and the prize is given away at no charge to the participants. This means there is no purchase or consideration necessary to enter. The winner will be selected at random. There is no way to improve your chance of winning aside from the very act of entering the giveaway.

To read the full terms of entry, click here. A break-down of what the terms say in plain language (but the actual terms still govern):

  • The overview: This giveaway begins at 10 am Eastern Time on August 7th, 2019 and runs through 5 pm Eastern Time on September 3rd, 2019. The prospective winner will be notified on September 4th, 2019.
  • Eligibility: Participants have to be 18 years of age or older and it’s only open to legal residents of the US. Employees and people related to employees of Odin Law and Media can’t win this giveaway.
  • How the winner is picked: The winner will be selected at random and Odin Law and Media reserves the right to conduct a background check and have the winner sign an NDA. The winner has five days to accept the award and if they don’t accept it during that time, Odin Law and Media may select another winner at random.
  • Terms of winning the prize: Everyone entering this giveaway is giving Odin Law and Media the ability to use their information for promotional purposes. throughout the universe. BUT: just to announce the winner! And, even though we have the right to, doesn’t mean we will.
  • General conditions: Odin Law can totally shut this down. Especially if someone starts cheating the system.
  • Prize: The winner gets the prize and the prize is worth approximately $124 USD.
  • Prize conditions: Odin Law is not paying for the parking or anything else the winner might need to attend to the event. And again, Odin Law can totally shut this down.
  • Disputes: If a participant wants to fight Odin Law over the promotion in any legal sense, there is a limited way to do that.

All that being said in simpler English – the point of the matter is if any organization ever runs a giveaway, do it properly. They should get their terms of entry together and make sure they’re visible for a giveaway. Make sure the giveaway is truly a giveaway. Consult with a lawyer to ensure the giveaway is legal.