Over the festive period, we ran our second annual Mod of the Year contest, and as I am sure you know we were determined to make this one special. Not only was it the biggest giveaway we’ve ever had on bit-tech
but it has also been our most successful with more than double the number of votes we had in last year’s contest.
Given the standard of the mods published on bit-tech
this year, we were expecting this one to be close and it sure was – the top three places were within a couple of percentage points of each other.
The winning mod, as voted for by the bit-tech
community was Yuugou
by Greensabbath – it edged out a lead right on the last day of voting and accounted for almost 22 percent of the total votes in this year’s contest.
A close second was LUMINA
by Design_Master, while The Tetris Mod
by Planet Express Klan was a worthy third.
Nick Falzone, creator of Yuugou, adds his first place this year to last year’s third place with his excellent Sangaku mod – congratulations from all of the bit-tech
team. He walks away with a massive prize pool, which includes the following:
We’d like to say a massive thanks to all of our sponsors this year, including those that were part of the frequent reader giveaways during the voting period. When you’re building your next rig, please consider using these companies’ products – without their support for the modding community, this competition wouldn’t have been as successful as it has been.
We’d also like to say a massive thanks to you, our readers, for participating in the contest and crowning bit-tech
’s Mod of the Year. Next year, we plan to make the contest even better than this year – stay tuned for updates on that towards the end of the year!
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