The Most Wanted Croatians Award (MWCA) was devised by the European PSK Club (EPC) and Croatian Digital Group (CDG) on 23rd April 2008 (idea and awards design by 9A3ZC). This was to sponsor a series of awards based on PSK contacts with EPC-CDG members.

The MWCA may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under the EPC Awards General Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted different EPC-CDG members by using Phase Shift Keying modes. Each EPC-CDG member counts only once and each contact is worth 10 points, each contact with any other Croatian station is worth 2 points. The applicant should earn 150 points for the MWCA First Manhunt Award, 300 points for the MWCA Second Manhunt Award, 450 points for the MWCA Third Manhunt Award, and 600 points for the MWCA Fourth Manhunt Award. Contacts with any 5 (five) different Croatian non-members can be used as a «Joker» to replace 1 (one) missing CDG-EPC member. This rule can be used 2 (two) times only. Credit will be given for contacts made on any of the amateur bands below 30 MHz. Contacts for MWCA are valid on or after 3rd January 2008.