As a Florida resident, it is not illegal for me to enter a sweepstakes (as far as I know). It is simply illegal for those administer the sweepstakes to award a prize to me perchance I win one. I don't whether it is illegal for me to accept such a prize. I haven't attempted to enter the 10 Million Stories Sweepstakes, so I don't know whether the process will not permit me to enter because of the State in which I reside. As I read the "rules", if I did enter the sweepstakes, then my entry probably would be considered invalid.
So, what I would like to know is whether a player must enter the sweepstakes to qualify for the in-game rewards described by:
In-Game Dungeon Event
Complete a random dungeon using the Dungeon Finder and earn bonus rewards: mounts, costumes, and more. Event live from Nov 30. To Dec. 6.
Surely you are smart enough to find ways to "reward" every player regardless of where they live. For a start, you could design and implement game software that has better features, and considerably fewer design flaws and source code bugs. And run it on a network that is a lot faster and more reliable than the so-called "megaserver" that Bethesda uses now. ZOS may have acquired 10 million player accounts to date, but I seriously doubt that 10 million people are actively playing the game.
--- Shadowshire .......... ESO Plus on PC NA with Windows 7 Pro SP1
nil carborundum illegitimi