Browncoat Cosplay Contest

Hello Crew!

It’s time to Strap on your Hat or find your Prettiest Floral Bonnet  and show off your best Browncoat Cosplay!


Land of the Nerds’ sister site, Cosplay Photo Contests is hosting a Browncoat cosplay contest from April 8-30 of this month.

Here are the rules.

1. How to Enter the Browncoat Cosplay Contest.

Entering into the Browncoat Cosplay Contest is free. This contest is conducted entirely online. If you already have an account, simply upload your Browncoat Cosplay picture to your account. If you do not, you can create an account here.

2. How Winners are Chosen

There are three prize levels for the Browncoat Contest, listed here below:

Grand Prize: This winner will be chosen by popular vote.
Winner by Staff Pick: The staff of will select a winner out of the all the entrants.
Best Crew Photo: Winner of the Best Crew photo must have Two or more people in the picture, and will be determined by mix of Voting and staff pick.

3. Entry Requirements:

All photo entries must include a picture of Browncoat Cosplayer, and can include multiple people in one picture.

Entries must be submitted by contestants 18 or older. The prize for Best Group Photo will be given to the the person with the email address attached to the winning picture.

Voting period begins immediately after entry and continues until the end of the contest, April 31st at 5 PM. Winners will be notified by email address listed on their entry within 24 hours of the end of the contest.

Entrants will be able to share their photo online directly through Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media. Voters must register an account on and may vote one time every 24 hours.

To ensure fairness, all photos must contain the printout found HERE. The picture can be displayed digitally on your phone, tablet, or computer screen, but must be clearly visible in the photo.

For full rules and conditions, please see the Terms and Conditions located Here.

4. Prizes

To Be Announced. But trust us, they will be shiny.


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