Anyone read the fine print to see how much of our souls we're selling into the marketing dept? Might be none, but just curious if anyone had and can save me some reading later before I enter.
Yeah, I feel like this is a pretty blatant attempt at feeling out the Evo 3D interest level. I'm not completely sure this is for real, so I asked them for a website with an update list of winners. If it is for real, I suppose 32 Evo 3Ds * ~$500/Evo = $16,000 for an add campaign/interest level indication isn't too bad, but I'm not in marketing... it could be a terrible idea for all I know
Anyway, in response to your actual question, I imagine they will require the use of your picture/name for advertising at the very least should you win.
I tead through the rules, and you have to sign an affidavit to release your info for publicity purposes
7. REQUIREMENTS OF POTENTIAL WINNERS: A potential winner may be required to complete and return an affidavit of eligibility and liability/publicity release (the "Affidavit/Release") within five (5) days of being notified. If a potential winner fails to sign and return the Affidavit/Release within the required time period, or in the event that an Instant Game Prize confirmation or Instant Game Prize is returned undeliverable, the Instant Game Prize will be forfeited and will not be awarded to alternate Instant Game Winner. If a potential winner is a minor, his/her parent or legal guardian must sign the Affidavit/Release on the potential winner’s behalf.
They seem to manage brand impact (yet their site looks like a 90's web designer took a crap, albeit from an expensive meal, on a web design program), offering more support for the idea of them using it for marketing (which was obvious) and putting out feelers for device interest, aka impact (only slightly less obvious).