The ARwards is free to enter for every content creator and you only have to register to get started. Simply provide a username, password, email, and your nationality. It takes less than five minutes.
Having done these things you will be granted access to the OVER Builder, where you can create or upload your 3D assets.
With your 3D model created, you can view it on your OVRLand if you own one (you can publish without owning OVRLand) or the OVER workspace. The OVER workspace is a sandbox for internal use, where only you, as the creator, can see the preview of your artwork.

If satisfied with your work, you can then record a video, take a photo of it, and upload it in the dedicated section. You can edit your submission as long as it is in ‘draft’ status. Once you are satisfied, you can send it to review. It’s important to note that once the content has been submitted and the status has changed from ‘draft’ to ‘review, it can no longer be edited.

Upon approval, your work will be shown in the list of candidates for the contest, where it can be viewed publicly. Every creator will have a profile that clearly shows a list of their works (their showcase). In addition, each creator can upload multiple artworks for a single contest.

It is important to keep in mind that a ‘3D Wearable’ means an asset designed to be worn on an avatar’s body, such as clothing or elements of apparel including t-shirts, trousers, dresses, sweatshirts, jackets, tops, skirts, shorts, blazers, hoodies, sweaters, cardigans, and overshirts. Accessories, such as lingerie, jewelry, handbags, shoes, hats, and glasses, are NOT allowed in this competition.

Submitted designs must be original works and list the names of all those involved in their creation. For Decentraland creators, if you have already created a 3D wearable and minted it on Decentraland, you can simply create a version for OVER and publish it on the ARwards portal.

How are the winners selected?

The top five creators will be selected by a jury comprising leaders from OVER and Decentraland. They will evaluate submissions based on technical quality, artistic originality, and creative vision.

The five winners will be announced in the week leading up to MVFW. Costs associated with the submission and minting of the winning wearables will be covered by Decentraland and OVER.