Video game record keeper Twin Galaxies is once again accepting score submissions, though this time under a new fee structure, according to a recent post on the organization's website.
Twin Galaxies is used by Guinness World Records to certify high scores. Over the last six months, the organization stopped taking submissions while it changed ownership. According to the post, which you can read here, the process for submitting scores is easier than before.
"Submission procedures have been simplified, and a new fee structure has been instituted to ensure prompt service and efficient handling of scores submitted for adjudication," the post reads.
Those who wish to submit scores can do so under three tiers. One score submission or two hours of recording is priced at $25. Three score submissions or up to six hours of recording are $60, and five score submissions or up to 12 hours of recording will cost $75. Marathon sessions, or sessions lasting longer than 12 hours, must be set up in advance with Twin Galaxies.
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