If you live in the US, this is something you have probably never thought of, but for everyone else who isn't American. Have you ever been emailed or was browsing one of your favorite game/tv show/comic/novel/movie/web-series where they have a new competition. You, very interested in the competition, enter it, only to discover that it's for US residents only, even though there was no indication of this until you had already wrote in your details. A good example is this official Ubisoft/ one for the recent game Watch_Dogs: watchdogs.monsterenergy.com/desktop/ This is US only, could you tell? Does it say anywhere it's US only? Well yes actually, if you click on the terms and services (which I bet all of you US people did ) it's there. You know hidden under the massive, bright Enter here button. The worst one for me was when as promotion for Halo Reach, Rooster Teeth and Gamestop did a promotion to write a Red vs. Blue PSA. Nowhere on Rooster Teeth's website did it say it was US only, nor gamestop, only once you wrote up your personal details and on the page to submit your script idea did it say US only, in blue text on a blue background. Luckily I wasn't the only one who was annoyed as most of the comments on Rooster Teeth were complaints. DC, Marvel, Universal, EA, IGN, Bungie and Paramount are really bad at this as well. Why is this hard? Just put in clean, clear and big enough to see text saying, "For US Residents Only". This is something I really wish companies would stop doing, not only is it just a waste of time and annoys international fans but it feels insulting that the companies don't care enough for their international audience to let them participate. I know smaller companies probably can’t afford to do so, but you think companies like Ubisoft (A Massive French, gaming company) would care/afford to try. Does anyone else have this problem? What do you think should be done about it?