Fans of Genshin Impact will be happy to know that they can participate and earn prizes by entering a Klee sticker.
Most Genshin Impact events usually occur in-game. However, the game occasionally organizes a community event where creative players get a chance to earn some sweet rewards. Skill in the game is not relevant in such a case.
As the name would suggest, the Klee event invites players to create a Klee sticker for miHoYo. There are some rules to follow, so players shouldn’t just blindly send their artwork to the studio on Twitter.
The Genshin Impact Klee sticker event is coming up.
The official Genshin Impact Twitter handle (seen above) is pretty clear on how to enter the Key Sticker Contest.
A link in the tweet will take players to Ganshin Impact’s official website, where they will be provided with rules and other information about the Key Label competition.
There are some important details that players should know before designing their favorite Klee sticker.
This event starts on June 2, 2021 and ends on June 13, 2021, 11:59 PM UTC + 8. The results will be announced on June 28, so players have very little time to follow all the instructions to publish their stickers with Klee. .
To submit their art, players must visit HoYoLAB and enter the Fanart forums. He should then submit his submission under the heading “Cali” with the criteria below.
Every post should start with “keysticker”. Violation of this rule or any other criteria will disqualify you Genshin Impact players from receiving any awards from this event.
Not surprisingly, the art must be the original work. It may not be modified or plagiarized. It should also adhere to community guidelines, so it should not contain inappropriate content, advertisements or other suspicious drawings. It should be related to Genshin Impact and Klee.
Posts are only eligible for prizes if they are posted in the correct section (the “Clay” section) with the correct format (starting with “Clay Stickers”) during the time frame of this event (from June 2, 2021 June 13, 2021, during (23:59 UTC + 8).