#GETCYBERPUNKED#CyberpunkCosplayContest

Get inspired by the world of Cyberpunk 2077 and take part in one of the biggest cosplay contests ever! Create a getup based on an existing character from the game and blow our minds for a shot at the lion’s share of a $40,000 prize pool and a chance to shine on the world stage!

How?

QUALIFIERS

There are two roads you can take to participate in the contest: online and offline.

Offline means we'll be present on select events around the world, waiting for you to showcase your costume live on stage.

You’ll find us at:

You can also qualify online by submitting your entry via the official cosplay contest website. Deadline is November 30th 2019, 23:59 CET!

GRAND FINALE

A total of 10 finalists — 1 from each event and 5 from online submissions — will be invited to attend the cosplay contest Grand Finale, which will take place in 2020. It’s your chance to truly shine on the red carpet!

RULES AND REGULATIONS

The complete set of rules and regulations of the Cyberpunk 2077 Cosplay Contest is available here.

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All finalists will be allowed to make adjustments to their costumes before the Grand Finale. Apart from the winner, each offline qualifiers participant can later take part in another live event. They may also submit their entry via online qualifiers.

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CD PROJEKT RED will cover all travel and accommodation costs for participants of the event. The exact date and place will be revealed in early 2020.

Prizes

$40,000

Total prize pool

Offline Qualifiers

Each winner of an offline qualifier event will receive $2,000, along with a ticket to the Grand Finale, as well as a set of Cyberpunk 2077 goodies. Participants who finish in second and third place will also be rewarded with a game-inspired swag.

Online Qualifiers

The 5 best entries, as determined by a panel of CD PROJEKT RED judges, will be rewarded with a ticket to compete in the Grand Finale.

Grand Finale

1st Place:

  • $15,000

  • Professional photoshoot for magazine cover

  • Cyberpunk 2077 Collector’s Edition

  • Cyberpunk 2077 goodies

  • Kick-ass trophy

2nd Place:

  • $10,000

  • Cyberpunk 2077 Collector’s Edition

  • Cyberpunk 2077 goodies

  • Kick-ass trophy

3rd Place:

  • $5,000

  • Cyberpunk 2077 Collector’s Edition

  • Cyberpunk 2077 goodies

  • Kick-ass trophy

CD PROJEKT RED also reserves the right to contact selected finalists with an opportunity to become official Cyberpunk 2077 cosplayers at major pop culture events worldwide.

COSPLAY
GUIDES

Main Character: V

Royce

Placide

Brigitte

Jackie

Weapons

Other

JACKET and T-SHIRT

T-Shirt

JACKET

COAT AND T-SHIRT

Coat

HAIRSTYLE / CYBERWARE

MAKE UP / HAIRSTYLE / CYBERWARE

FACE / CYBERWARE

FACE / HAIRSTYLE / CYBERWARE

HAIRSTYLE / CYBERWARE / ACCESSORIES

Accessories

HANDS

TROUSERS

Suit

SHOES

SHOES

SHOES

SHOES

SHOES

SHOES

Download guide

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Got any questions, Choomba? Need more deets? Shoot: cosplay2019@cyberpunk.net

Submit entry

Offline

Online

OFFLINE QUALIFIERS

Planning to show up in your Cyberpunk 2077 cosplay at one of the following events? Let us know by signing up! The signup is not mandatory but will help us estimate how many people to expect and will make our preparations easier.

Character you're gonna cosplay (e.g. Johnny Silverhand)

Information about your personal data

Your personal data controller is CD PROJEKT S.A. with its registered seat in Warsaw, Poland, ul. Jagiellońska 74, 03-301 Warszawa.

Learn more

Your personal data will be processed for the purpose of carrying out a competition organized by CD PROJEKT, in which you intend to take part, in particular for the purpose of contacting contestants, assessing submissions, awarding prizes and announcing results.
We respect your privacy rights i.e. the right to access, rectify and delete your data, limit its processing, transfer it, a right not to be a subject to automated decision-making, including profiling, and to object to the processing of your personal data (you will find more details about processing of your personal data in the CD PROJEKT RED Privacy Policy).

Submit entry

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We received your entry,
thanks Choomba!_

Something went wrong, Samurai!
Try again._

Don't try to fool us console cowboy, you already registered with this e-mail address!_

Character you're gonna cosplay (e.g. Johnny Silverhand)

3 unedited pictures (no Photoshop!)

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3 edited pictures

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Information about your personal data

Your personal data controller is CD PROJEKT S.A. with its registered seat in Warsaw, Poland, ul. Jagiellońska 74, 03-301 Warszawa.

Learn more

Your personal data will be processed for the purpose of carrying out a competition organized by CD PROJEKT, in which you intend to take part, in particular for the purpose of contacting contestants, assessing submissions, awarding prizes and announcing results.
We respect your privacy rights i.e. the right to access, rectify and delete your data, limit its processing, transfer it, a right not to be a subject to automated decision-making, including profiling, and to object to the processing of your personal data (you will find more details about processing of your personal data in the CD PROJEKT RED Privacy Policy).

Submit entry

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We received your entry,
thanks Choomba!_

Something went wrong, Samurai!
Try again._

Don't try to fool us console cowboy, you already registered with this e-mail address!_

FAQ

  • Which character can I cosplay as?

    You can create a cosplay of any Cyberpunk 2077 character, as long as they appeared in official promotional materials released for the game. These include artworks, screenshots, trailers, gameplay videos, as well as cosplay character guides.

  • Can I create a female cosplay of a male character and vice versa, cosplay as a character of a different skin tone than mine, etc.?

    As long as it's not hurtful, offensive, or in the case of offline qualifiers — will not go against an event's rules and regulations, then yes, absolutely! Please remember, however, that the costume itself has to be as authentic as possible, meaning only technical modifications, for example, to make it fit your body shape, are allowed.

  • How much of the costume must be hand-made by me?

    You can either create items from scratch or modify clothing or apparel you bought to match a character's visual. Entering the contest using a pre-made purchased costume is not allowed.

  • Can I ask my friends or teammates for help in creating the cosplay?

    You can work on a costume as a group. Keep in mind, though, that only the person cosplaying the character will be able to enter the contest and be eligible to receive prizes.

  • Are group submissions allowed?

    Entering the contest as a group is not possible. Each contest entry equals 1 person cosplaying a single Cyberpunk 2077 cosplay.

  • What if an element of a character's design is obscured from view on official assets — can I get creative?

    Sure, as long as what you come up with doesn't stray from that character's overall design. You can also look at other Cyberpunk 2077 characters than the one you're cosplaying and base the element you're missing on that.

  • Can I add custom cyberware/a personal touch on top of an authentic-looking cosplay? Can I change the color of the costume or its elements?

    Your cosplay needs to be as authentic as possible in regards to how the character you're cosplaying looks in the game. This also includes the colors of the costume and all of its elements. However, in the case of V, you can do custom haircuts, makeup, and cyberware composition, as long as the costume is on point setting-wise.

  • Offline qualifiers are taking place during game industry events — will I need a ticket?

    You will need a ticket to enter the convention center complex hosting the event where the offline qualifier will take place. This does not apply to the PAX West offline qualifier, which will be held at an offsite location. More information regarding this will be made available at a later date.

  • Are weapons/props allowed? Will including them in my cosplay affect the evaluation in any way?

    If you consider a particular item an integral part of the look of the character you're cosplaying as, you can make it and use it as a prop in your cosplay. They'll be considered a plus in the evaluation of your craftsmanship, but for authenticity, we are only judging the costume.

    If you plan on appearing with a prop, especially a weapon-shaped one, at an offline qualifier, please make sure its design follows the rules and regulation of the event the offline qualifier will be hosted at.

  • Can I participate in both online and offline qualifiers?

    You can participate in both online and offline qualifiers. If you managed to come out victorious in an offline qualifier event, however, your online qualifiers submission will no longer compete for a spot in the Grand Finale.

  • Can I participate in another offline qualifier if I already won a previous one?

    If you managed to secure a spot in the Grand Finale via participation in one of the offline qualifiers, you cannot participate in another offline qualifier. That said, you can still attend the event where an offline qualifier is taking place in costume and cheer other participants on!

  • What does presenting your cosplay at an offline qualifier involve?

    We will ask contestants to do a catwalk and some poses — just how elaborate you'll choose to make your appearance during these is up to you.

  • Will the offline qualifier take place throughout the whole event it's part of, i.e. over the course of several days?

    Each offline qualifier will play out in its entirety during a single day. We will announce which day that will be, as well as what time the qualifier will begin closer to the event taking place.

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