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Q: How can I sumbit my challenge?

We accept a wide variety of challenges, and it can be video or photo. First, sign-up or login with your account, and simply Submit your video or photo URL to us via our submittion form.

Q: How long does it take for my post to be approved and become public?

Depending on the volume of submissions, our approval time for your video or image uploads to become publicly visible is currently within 48 hours. We will disapprove, deactivate, and remove posts which are not qualified without notice.

Q: How I can invite my friends and colleagues to join?

We encourge you to invite 3 or more people (that's the magic viral numbers) in your circle to join your challenge. Do the following 3 steps to maximize your challenge post exposure:
1.  Hashtag #TVC and #TheViralChallenge from your challenge source, e.g. Twitter
2.  Share your video from our YouTube channel if your video is selected.
3.  Share your post from and send to your friend!

Q: How can I earn points and level up?

You'll be able to earn points with the following 3 criteria:

  • For every new post you've uploaded and approved, you'll get 100 points (+100 XPs).

  • For each vote you've received for your post, you'll get 10 points (+10 XP).

  • For each view you've received for your post, you'll get 1 point (+1 XP).

  • You will be level up for every 1,000 points (1,000 XPs) you've accumlated.

    Q: What type of challenges you not allowed to post on The Viral Challenge?

  • Instructions to kill or harm: Challenges that show viewers how to perform activities meant to kill or maim others, such as providing instructions on how to build a bomb meant to injure or kill people

  • Hard drug use or creation: Challenges that depict people abusing controlled substances such as cocaine or opioids, or content providing instructions on how to create drugs

  • Extremely dangerous challenges: Challenges that pose imminent risk of physical injury such as the choking game, fire challenge, detergent-eating challenges, the “no lackin’ challenge,” or hot water challenge

  • Dangerous or threatening pranks: Don’t post any Challenges or comment with violent, gory content or content that encourages others to do things that might cause them to get hurt or to commit specific acts of violence, especially kids. Also, Challenges that lead victims to fear imminent serious physical danger, or that create serious emotional distress in minors

  • Nudity and sexual: Challenges that depict sexual acts, genitals, or fetishes for the purpose of sexual gratification. We work closely with law enforcement and we report child exploitation.

  • Eating Disorders: Challenges in which people suffering from anorexia or other eating disorders are praised for weight loss, are bragging about it, or are encouraging others to imitate the behavior

  • Instructional theft: Challenges that show the users how to steal money or tangible goods

  • Instructional hacking and phishing: Challenges that show the users how to bypass secure computer systems or steal user credentials and personal data

  • Hate speech and bullying: Challenges that support content and comment that promotes or condones violence against individuals or groups based on race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, nationality, veteran status or sexual orientation, or whose primary purpose is inciting hatred on the basis of these core characteristics.

  • Personal and confidential information: Challenges that reveals other people’s personally identifiable information (including personal social media accounts of non-public figures without the consent of the original party).

  • Instructional theft: Challenges that show the users how to steal money or tangible goods

  • Spamming, manipulation and multiple account abuse: Don’t post large amounts of untargeted, unwanted or repetitive Challenges, which related content and comments in order to increase views. Creating multiple accounts with overlapping uses or in order to evade the temporary or permanent ban of a separate account is not allowed.

  • Please note this is not a complete list. Don’t post challenges showing a minor participating in dangerous activity, or encouraging minors to engage in dangerous activities. Never put minors in harmful situations that may lead to injury, including dangerous stunts, dares, or pranks.

    We will take any action or Post any User Content in violation of the The Viral Challenge Rules.