From November 13 to December 12th 2014 Nvidia ran a contest called the Green Box Giveaway. To enter all you had to do was share your favorite Portal or Half-life moment on Twitter and use two hashtags to mark your entry; #nvidia #GreenBox. The contest page said that winners would be announced "on or about Dec. 12th 2014." That day came and went. Then a week went by. Then a month. Then two, and now it's been three. There were two prize packages. One was a Portal Gun, the other a Gravity Gun, both signed by Gabe Newell. I've emailed the contact from the contest rules page about the contest. According to the rules you're allowed to ask who won. The winners were supposed to be announced on the contest page, but never were. Now the page is down and you just get a 404 error. You can still see the page on the wayback machine. https://web.archive.org/web/20141118075339/http://shield.nvidia.com/whatisgreenbox/ I know this might make me sound entitled, since it's free stuff. But I am a little upset that they promote and run a contest, but then not follow through or give any sort of update about it. An, "Oops. This was a mistake. It's been cancelled" would have been nice. The effort to enter was minimal, so they don't owe anyone anything but an explanation really, but I would like that much. The contact for the contest is Kris Rey, firstname.lastname@example.org. I've emailed him once a month for three months now. I'm not being angry or pushy. I just want an update. There were ~100 decent entries when I searched twitter for the hash tags. Should I care? Should I just give up? Does anyone know someone at Nvidia who will actually follow up on this? Thanks.