The contest features $219,000 in prizes, with the first being $60,000, which is the biggest prize ever for a serial web fiction contest.
The writing contest accepts love story submissions without limitation or theme. The top 10 winners will receive prizes of $6,000 to $60,000 with audiobook publishing and adaptation opportunities.
The contest is designed to inspire writers to create awesome original stories, with Dreame providing special writing tips to help writers continually improve.
Several prizes will be announced throughout the year to encourage potential, and the final winners will be announced by February 28, 2023.
Dreame has partnered with relevant entities around the world to explore new opportunities to adapt literary works to a wide variety of entertainment products in a closed-loop authoring ecosystem that supports frequent multilingual interaction.
“Dreame was designed as a global centrifuge for creativity, bringing together content from creators of all kinds across various genres and themes. The goal is to unite an open, dynamic and diverse ecosystem of storytellers on one platform. They are empowered to produce high-quality content-quality literary works, audiobooks, movies, drama series, web comics and various other entertainment products,” said Alan Fu, Director of Dreame.
“These adapted works are centered around intellectual property (IP) licensing and expanding the lifespan of literary fiction to maintain greater reach in different communities and related verticals.”
Dreame is committed to investing resources in potential talents. In 2021, Dreame held several writing contests in different languages, including English, Bahasa Indonesia, Malay, Filipino, Tagalog, and Spanish.
As Covid-19 raged around the world, Dreame launched the writing contests, “Rise from Ashes” and “King from Nobody”, and donated $10,200 to encourage creative web fiction in Tagalog.
Additionally, Dreame donated $37,000 for a writing contest in Indonesia, attracting a large number of authors who brought incredible stories to life. After the competition, Dreame donated $3,000 to a local charity in Indonesia on behalf of the first grand prize winner to help women and children in need.