Terms and Conditions

 
The spirit of all BL Blast Off events shall be employed in this Video Challenge. The focus is on progression and stoke. The focus is on building community for surfers 14 years and under and their families. The reward is being a part of the Blast Off community.
 
This community will share in the goodness of surfing on a global scale and provide positivity and uplifting information regarding healthy living using surfing as the tool.
 
The “BL Blast Off Video Challenge” BOVC is owned by The Surfers Group Pty Ltd (TSG)
 
Event starts 6am AEST Monday 15th October 2021
 
Event closes 6pm  AEST 26th November 2021
 
Cost of Entry: $10aud/ usd/ euro per entry, you can enter as many times as you like.
 
Reaching out to the parents and community for honesty and respect in following of the rules.
 
To be eligible to enter videos and win prizes you must be 14yrs and under as of the 26th November 2021. Meaning if you turn 15 on or anytime before 26th November 2021 you are not eligible.
All participants maybe asked for prove of age and all winners will be required to show proof of age.
 
Blast Off is a family event and Children must have their parent sign them into the BOVC channel.
 
Videos to be a maximum of 1 minute and any duration under that.
 
Any style of clip can be uploaded – edited or raw, sound added or not, voice over or not, single wave, single moves, lots of STOKE and whatever puts smiles on faces.
 
There will be Weekly winners for Most Entertaining Clip and for the Kids who bring the STOKE
 
Category winners for Best Wave, Heaviest Wipe Out, Best Tube and Best Air.
 
Plus: 
- Peoples Vote Winner
- The Experts Choice
- BL’s Most Potential
 
All videos will be vetted by TSG before public release and only videos deemed appropriate will be published.
 
All times are Australian Eastern Standard time AEST
 
All Judges decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into regarding awards or prizes.
 
Prizes awarded and received are not changeable, transferable or saleable.
 
The organisers reserve the right to award the prize allocation as they see fit, and for reasons they decide.