Design Your Own Avatar Shirt (Not You US/Canada)

Well there’s something very cool going on with Xbox Avatars in just about every country except those in North America.  All my friends in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland will each have the opportunity to design their very own Avatar shirt.

Avatar Competition 

Details on designing your own Avatar shirt are right here.  The contest ends on September 21 so you should definitely get on with your designs.  All designs have to be in PDF or JPG format and mailed to

Good luck all you people not living in the United States or Canada!

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9 Responses to “ Design Your Own Avatar Shirt (Not You US/Canada) ”

  1. Nooo I wanted to enter!

  2. “Good luck all you people not living in the United States or Canada!”

    LOL I found that humorous for some reason…

  3. Aghh, no US. That sucks. :(

  4. Nice one !
    Sorry for you, it’s pretty weird that you guys are being left out of something like this indeed lol..

    I’m definitely giving it a shot :)

  5. Bring on happy faces for everyone with the international medal lol. However, this pales in comparison to competitions the US get. Thanks for trying though MS ;)

  6. They don’t have this for the US or Canada because every other t-shirt would be a picture of a penis. Sorry, it is true.

  7. or they are afraid that the shirts will become a policital flamewar thing

  8. I bet 50% of the entries will be Halo 3/ODST themed…

  9. Have any of our international members sent entries? If so I would love to see them.

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