• CheckMate Certification Process - After you have prepared your model to the CheckMate specification, you will use the Publisher to submit it to the certification queue.  You must meet several of the Product Preview standards before the Publisher will allow you to submit…
  • CheckMate Inspection Queues - The products you submit for certification go through two separate queues. Understanding these queues will help you get the most from CheckMate Certification. See CheckMate Queue Page for a detailed description of all the items on this page…
  • Following Up On a CheckMate Submission - As of May19, 2015, the CheckMate submission process has been significantly updated for all new content.  Only some existing content will continue through this process.  Read more on the new CheckMate submission process…
  • CheckMate Failure Process - We have noticed that some artists are having issues with the new CheckMate process once an inspection has failed. There are three CheckMate stages where a product can fail…
  • Resubmitting a Failed CheckMate Model - One thing that we have been finding that artist’s have been having issues with is cancelling a submission. When a submission is cancelled, the entire job is closed. There is no going back to it. Resubmitting the product will create…
  • Can I make changes to my CheckMate Certified model? - If you decide to change one of the descriptive text fields of a certified model, you will still keep your CheckMate badge for that item.  When you make your change, the system will create a support ticket for an inspector…
  • Scenes, Sets & Collections - A common question we get from artists when certifying CheckMate Models is how they can distinguish whether their model is a scene, set, or collection? This is important to understand since scenes and sets can be submitted for CheckMate certification…