Awards


The Internetics trophies are as follows: for each section in the Digital Platforms, Digital Strategies and Digital Campaigns there will be a Gold and a Silver; in the Digital Campaigns category there will also be a Grand Prix, chosen from the Gold winners of all the sections from the Digital Campaigns.

The Digital Platforms category has the following sections: Websites and Microsites (in the SITES sub-category), Mobile Apps and Mobile Campaigns (in MOBILE sub-category), Best Website Design, Best Website Content and Best App Design (in the DIGITAL CRAFT sub-category), Viral Video, Viral Non-Video, Social Media Pages, Social Media Special Mechanics and Influencer Marketing (in the SOCIAL MEDIA sub-category).
The Digital Strategies category has the following sections: Brand Associated Communities and Brand Built Communities (in the COMMUNITIES sub-category), ONLINE BRANDED CONTENT, DIGITAL BRAND EXPERIENCE and GAMIFICATION (considered as sections in the big category).
The Digital Campaigns category has the following sections: FMCG – Food, FMCG – Drinks, FMCG – Nonfood, Services, Retail, Durables, Art, Culture, Media and Entertainment, Social campaigns, political and awareness messages and Others.

The Jury will choose the winners and nominees for all the categories and sections. The Jury can choose not to award a trophy in certain sections / categories or to award more than one trophy per section/category.

The Grand Prix trophy will be awarded only if at least one Gold was awarded in the category. The jury can decide not to award the Grand Prix if no Gold is considered best of the category.

Distinctions:


The agency with the most points gathered in the competition receives the Agency of the Year title, the client with the most points gathered in the competition receives the Digital Client of the Year title.

Points are as follows:

For Digital Platforms:

- each nominee in any section gets 5 points;
- for each SILVER in any section the participant gets 10 points;
- for each GOLD in any section the participant gets 15 points;
- if a participant gets an award in one section, it will receive the points assigned for the Silver or Gold award, without the points for the nominee in the same section;

For Digital Strategies:

- each nominee in any section gets 10 points;
- for each SILVER in any section the participant gets 20 points;
- for each GOLD in any section the participant gets 30 points;
- if a participant gets an award in one section, it will receive the points assigned for the Silver or Gold award, without the points for the nominee in the same section;

For Digital Campaigns:

- each nominee in any section gets 15 points;
- for each SILVER in any section the participant gets 30 points;
- for each GOLD in any section the participant gets 45 points;
- for the GRAND PRIX, the participant gets 60 points;
- if a participant gets an award in one section, it will receive the points assigned for the Silver or Gold award, without the points for the nominee in the same section;
- if a participant gets the Grand Prix, it will receive the points assigned for the Grand Prix, without the points for the Gold received in its section;

In the case of a tie between the total number of points won by Agencies, the winner will be determined in accordance with the followings:

- the agency with the Grand Prix trophy for the Digital Campaigns category is the winner. If there is still a tie or no Grand Prix was awarded, then:
- the agency with the highest number of Gold & Silver trophies obtained in the Digital Campaigns category is the winner. If there is still a tie, then:
- the agency with the highest overall number of Gold & Silver trophies in Digital Strategies is the winner. If there is still a tie between Agencies, then:
- the agency with the highest overall number of Gold & Silver trophies among all categories is the winner. If there is still a tie between Agencies, then:
- the agency with the highest number of highest ranking trophies (Gold or Silver - if no Gold is awarded) is the winner.

Points go to the entity that submitted and paid for the entry and not to other credited agencies from the competition. If a work has a co-author, that co-author will receive the same points (not valid for credited agencies).

e.g.: if an agency wins with a work, it will receive the assigned points for that award. If the same agency is credited by another participant as second agency and this participant also wins, the credited agency will not receive extra points, only the participant who submitted the work.

The same system applies for the Digital Client of the Year in case of a tie.

Other distinctions:

Best Use of Technology (the campaign that uses technology in an innovative way)

Important:

- The distinction is a separate award chosen by the jury in the judging session, no submission is required
- The distinction doesn’t get points and doesn’t count for the Agency of the Year / Digital Client of the Year title.
- The Jury/organizers can choose not to offer the distinction, if no participant is considered suitable.
- Each jury group will nominee suitable works from their category to compete for the special Best Use of Technology award. The full jury will vote all nominated works and choose the Best Use of Technology Award.