So You Think You Can (Virtually) Dance? Then Prove it During the Audition Online Video Dance Competition

SAN FRANCISCO - July 10, 2009

Redbana US Corp. is calling all Audition Online players to prove they have the real life dance skills to back up those they demonstrate virtually in the hit online PC rhythm game during the official Audition Video Dance Competition! Throughout July, users can create and submit 90 second videos showcasing their personal brand of creativity and uniqueness by dressing the part, demonstrating“mad skillz” and– most importantly– having fun!

Video submissions will be accepted until July 31st at midnight, with winners announced the following week. In addition to Redbana Cash that can be used to buy virtual items like clothes and accessories, the first place winner will receive an iPod Shuffle engraved with their in-game moniker.

Official contest rules and submission instructions can be found here:

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About Audition

Audition is an online music and dancing game that allows you to compete and cooperate with players from around all over the world. The objective of the game is to dance your way to virtual stardom by syncing your avatar’s moves with the beat of today’s hottest pop music. Players enjoy a variety of single and multiplayer modes, and in-game clothing and accessories can be bought to customize player avatars.

About Redbana

Formed in April 2008, Redbana Corporation is the North American development and publishing arm of Korean publisher, T3 Entertainment. Home to a group of developers hailing from renowned studios such as Blizzard Entertainment, NCSoft, Rockstar Games, Electronic Arts, Turbine, Inc., Monlith, Nihilistic, and Sony Online Entertainment, Redbana is poised to become a premiere North American studio with an assemblage of programmers, designers, and artists boasting decades of experience developing high quality titles.

Chris Schmidt , TriplePoint


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