The question is currently [on-hold] as off-topic, with this reason:
"Questions on making your own anime or manga are off-topic as they involve specific expertise outside the scope of this community. See: Are Questions about “How to make Anime and Manga” off-topic?"
However, the question is not quite about making your own anime or manga, but rather about what script writing competitions exist. The reason for questions about making anime/manga being off-topic is that they "involve specific expertise outside the scope of this community". Thus, a question asking for a list of competitions does not fall under this category, since a more knowledgeable/informed member of the community is likely to be able to answer this, with relatively little research.
Still, the question may be considered off-topic for another reason: it asks for an out-of-universe list. These are generally considered off-topic, as per our latest discussion on that matter. Note, however, that this was considered the general action course on this type of question, and the post states that "exceptions will be made depending on how well-defined the scope of the question is".
So how should we handle this question?
Should it be left closed as is? or should it be closed for another reason (being an out-of-universe question)?
Or should it be reopened? If so, is the scope well defined enough, or should the question be edited?