The Tasmanian Youth Story...
The Great Tasmanian Coordination Game Winners
17 January 2022 - Winners Announced!
Major Prize Winners - $1750 total prize draw
1st Prize $1,000 - Ricky Edson, George Town
2nd Prize $500 - Jacinta T, Riverside
3rd Prize $250 - Stephanie Yam, Hadspen
Minor Prize Winners - $250 total prize draw (young people 12-17 years)
1st Prize $150 - Lucy 17, Scamander
2nd Prize $50 - Jay 15, Lindisfarne
3rd Prize $50 - Rasmus 15, Sorell
Please direct any enquiries to YNOT Project Manager Joanne Horton at Joanne.Horton@ynot.org.au or 0488 235 511.
What is the game?
Societies work because we share ideas. Tasmania is no different.
Have you ever noticed how most Tasmanians tend to have a sophisticated understanding of what it means to be Tasmanian? What we value, the kind of foods that are Tasmanian, the most iconic places and animals, the things we do? It’s understood. People just know.
That’s the idea behind this game. As a player, we will ask you about some of those typical Tasmanian things. In each question, your job is to pick one from a list we give you.
But there's a twist! We're not asking you to pick what you personally think, but what you think the most other players in the game think. How well can you guess others?
For every question, you get 1 point for every player who picks the same answer as you. The three players with the most points will win cash prizes at the end of the Roadshow! If your total comes out on top you will win $1000 in cash! Second prize wins $500 and third wins $250 (Terms & Conditions Apply).
Competition Terms and Conditions
The Great Tasmanian Coordination Competition (‘the competition’) prize draw is sponsored by the Tasmanian Behavioural Research Lab UTAS and Brand Tasmania, and administered by the Youth Network of Tasmania (YNOT), ABN 37 078 758 651, PO BOX 4679 HOBART TAS 7000.
The Competition prizes total $2,000 AUD (as of 14/11/2022). Players must meet the full conditions of entry to be eligible to participate. Participants must be current Tasmanian residents and be able to provide proof of residency to claim a prize. If a minor is unable to provide proof of current residency, a parent/guardian can provide residency documents on their child/ward’s behalf. If a player is deemed ineligible, the winning prize will be redrawn. The competition opens on 14 November 2022 and closes at 11:59PM on Sunday 11 December 2022. Participants can enter the competition by attending a Tasmanian Youth Story Roadshow workshop (14/11/2022 to 25/11/2022) or online (27/11/2022 to 11/12/2022). Competition results will be announced on Wednesday 14 December 2022, through YNOT social media and published on the YNOT website. Winners will be directly notified via email and will have 14 days from the date of first contact to claim their prize. If a prize is unclaimed in 14 days, the prize winner will be redrawn. Prizes will be sent directly to the winning player and cannot be regifted or exchanged.
Adult competition for players aged 18 years and over total prize draw value is $1750 - 1st prize $1000, 2nd prize $500 and 3rd prize $250. Adult winning players will receive prize via online e-gift voucher (www.GiftPayExpress.com) or pre-paid Mastercard gift voucher.
Minor competition for players aged 12-17 years total prize draw value is $250 – 1st prize $150, 2nd prize $50, 3rd prize $25 and 4th prize $25. Minor winning players will receive the prize via online e-gift voucher (www.GiftPayExpress.com) or pre-paid Mastercard gift voucher.
1. Access the Great Tasmanian Coordination Game via the Tasmanian Youth Story Roadshow workshop or YNOT website www.ynot.org.au.
2. Answer 15 competition questions about Tasmania. For each question, pick one answer from the list of four (4) possible answers.
3. The twist is to answer not what you personally think, but what you think the most other players in the game think is the right answer.
4. For every question you will get 1 point for every other player who picks the same answer as you. Players with the highest final score will win the competition.
5. In the event of a tie-breaker, winners will be randomly selected from a list of players who achieved the same score.
Direct any enquires to Youth Network of Tasmania (YNOT) Project Manager Joanne Horton at email@example.com.