Announcing the Jet Set Radio contest winners!
First of all, a big thank you to everyone who entered and contributed to this contest. I can honestly say that the amount and quality of work surpassed all of our expectations. Narrowing the entries down to just 10 winners was no easy task and it took nearly all of yesterday for us to produce this final list of winners. Luckily, Sega has agreed to provide 10 Jet Set Radio lanyards for the 10 runners-up so we are able to reward a few more of you for your hard work. In addition, we will be creating a gallery of all the entries that will likely be posted on the official Sega Facebook page.
Now, without further adieu hit the jump and check out the winning entries!
and the runners-up winning a Jet Set Radio lanyard are:
Congratulations to all the winners! I will be in contact with all of you over the next few days but if you want to get the ball rolling just send us an email at email@example.com with your address and preferred hoodie size if you were one of the Top 10 winners.
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