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| T-Chest |
|Launched||13th December 2017|
The T-Chest was a service operated by T-Games within the T-Games Discord server whereby exclusive monthly benefits were awarded to members of the server. It launched on the 13th of December 2017 and remained active until March 2018.
The service was announced on the 4th of December 2017 at Tri-Expo 2017 and the channel was made visible on the server the same day, however benefits were not made available until its launch.
For LittleBigPlanet benefits, a level titled T-Chest was published on TGamesOfficial's earth, whereby users entered a code available via the T-Chest Discord server channel. Unlike the Discord server, previously unlocked content permanently remained available to users.
Upon construction of the Discord server channel on the 8th of September 2017 a T-Chest logo emoji was added to the server and unintentionally remained. On the 13th of September 2017 users discovered the emoji which resulted in rumours of T-Chest's return.
Some months were planned to feature a T-Giveaway whereby users entered a randomized prize draw from which there could be between one to fifteen winners. T-Giveaways were primarily intended to last for the first seven days of a T-Chest, however several giveaways were planned to take place over the course of a month.
- Full article: T-Challenge
Every six months, starting June 2018, a T-Challenge was planned to take place. Unlike the T-Giveaway feature, users were intended to create content such as fan art to be in for the chance of winning a prize. Entries were to be judged by T-Games members and prizes would have varied depending on the challenge.
Original 'The Network' version
The T-Chest was originally planned to be a part of the short-lived The Network system which launched in October 2015. It would have functioned around the similar premise of exclusive content being made available to subscribers of the service every month.
Due to The Network only being active for a total of four days, the T-Chest feature was never fully implemented.