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Video Game Company Offers $50,000 for Proof of Monsters.

By: Alex Kack

Video game developer Capcom is offering $50,000 to anyone who can provide concrete evidence proving the existence of real life 'monsters'.

Capcom, the company behind the early video game hit Mega Man, has launched the offering as part of a promotion marking the release of their new game Monster Hunter: World, the newest addition in their long running Monster Hunter role playing franchise.

The contest is being run in conjunction with the Center of Fortean Zoology, the UK based nonprofit dedicated to the search for crytids and the study of cryptozoology. There are ten cryptids they are accepting submissions for as listed below.

  • Bigfoot
  • Yeti
  • Earth Hound
  • Mongolian Death Worm
  • Loch Ness Monsters
  • Yowie
  • The Cornish Owlman
  • The flying snake of Namibia
  • Chupacabra
  • Mermaid

Submissions are being accepted through this June. For more information visit the websites of Capcom or the Center of Fortean Zoology.


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