'The Elder Scrolls Online' contest challenges your knowledge of lore

Elder Scrolls Online merchandise could be yours in this new lore-based contest.

Users who are anticipating the launch of The Elder Scrolls Online can now participate in ZeniMax Online Studio's "Sun's Height Lore Contest" on the official The Elder Scrolls Online Twitter account.

For the next week, ZeniMax Online will test users' knowledge of The Elder Scrolls by asking a total of six lore trvia questions from July 24th to July 31st. The first 100 people to respond correctly to each question will receive a prize pack of Elder Scrolls Online and ZeniMax Online Studios goods.

Users will be notified of an incoming question on Facebook and Twitter an hour prior to its reveal. They are not required to Like the Facebook page or Follow the official Twitter account. Answers, however, must be submitted to @TESOnline using the hashtag "#ESO" and users can only submit one answer per question.

Prizes will be worth approximately $100.00 USD, with each prize pack including one The Elder Scrolls Online t-shirt, and one ZeniMax Online Studios baseball cap, one signed The Elder Scrolls Online poster.

Users must be 18 years or older, possess a valid form of identification, and be a legal resident of the United States or a member of countries within the European Union.

The Elder Scrolls Online is scheduled to release in 2013.

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