|How to apply|
Please be aware that entries that fail to satisfy the below requirements cannot be accepted.
- Contestants who pass the preliminary round will be contacted via the email address they registered on their account to confirm their eligibility. They will be asked to provide personal information including; name, address, name or school of place of employment and age. If personal information is not provided, those entries will be disqualified. Entries progress on a votes based system, and once eligibility has been confirmed, the entries advancing to the final round will be finalized.
- If an applicant’s work is recognised as infringing on the copyright or image rights of a third party, they will be disqualified, even after prizes have been decided.
- If a third party makes claims about an applicant’s entry in regards to plagiarism, illegal copies, copyright or image rights, the contestant must bear the full responsibility.
- Entry copyright belongs to the applicant. However, applicants must consent to the organizers use of their entry free of charge in the following situations; for the purpose of "inclusion in publications and information released by the organizers (including publications from businesses commissioned by the organizers)", "as exhibits in exhibitions held by the organizers", "publicly displayed on the Internet and other electronic media" and "in exhibitions approved of by the organizers". In addition they must consent to the use of their entry free of charge by the company Trista Co.., Ltd., for the purpose of "Niconico Manga Promotion".
- The organizers do not take any responsibility for any damages or losses that an applicant may encounter as a result of an applicant's misconduct.
- The media will be reporting and taking photos of the entries at the final round. Their coverage may be broadcast on television, distributed via the internet, uploaded to websites and used in information about the contest.
- If the organizers decide that a work is contrary to public policy, measures may be taken including refusing the work or making the work unavailable for public viewing.