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The Mr. Robot Digital After Show Contest

The Mr. Robot Digital After Show Contest


For the finale!

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In honor of next week’s finale, we are thrilled to announce a fan art contest!

Next week, we’re going to have Price and Whiterose here in the studio - or at least the actors who play them, Michael Cristofer and BD Wong. That got us thinking - what if we had them judge a contest?

We’d love to see your original illustrated artwork of the two characters - it could be individually or together. Submissions will be judged by Nilay, Russell, and myself with input from our guests. We’ll each pick our favorite, and the 5 winners will be shown on our finale. The winners will also get some Mr. Robot swag which includes an Ecorp tote bag, a keyring/bottle opener, and Elliot’s notebook from last season.

So tweet your art with the hashtag #RobotAfterShow and indicate that you are submitting your work with the verbiage “contest”. We’ll showcase winners during our finale on December 13th at 11pm. Go here  for full details on rules.

And good luck!

If you missed tonight’s episode with our special guests, Grace Gummer, who plays FBI agent Dom DiPierro on the show, and Black Girl Nerds creator Jamie Broadnax, you can watch it right here on Youtube.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.  Mr. Robot After Show Contest starts at 11:00pm ET on December 6, 2017 and ends at 3:00pm ET on December 13, 2017. Open only to eligible legal residents of the United States,  who, at the time of entry, are at least eighteen (18) years of age and are registered members of Twitter. Clickor Official Rules and complete details, including entry instructions, odds of winning, prize details and restrictions, etc.  Void where prohibited or restricted by law.  Sponsor: Vox Media, Inc.

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