Do I have enough experience to compete?

The competition is designed so that anyone with AP computer science (or the equivalent college course) should be able to compete. If you are not familiar with the Java programming language, it is recommended that you learn the basics before the competition starts.

Am I too late to compete?

The elimination rounds were on September 8, but stay tuned for updates about the next season!

Where will the competition be held?

For the first season, the competition is entirely online. You can compete from wherever you are, as long as you have a computer and internet access.

Are there prizes?

Yes. The prizes are as follows:

College Division
  • First prize: $200
  • Second prize: $100
  • Third prize: $50
High School Division
  • First prize: $100
  • Second prize: $50
  • Third prize: $20
If it would earn them a better prize, high school students will be treated as if they were in the college division. Adults past the college division are ineligible for prizes.
How much does it cost?

Nothing. This is a free competition, and the game engine is open-source.

How can I submit my code?

After you sign up, we will create a private GitHub repository for you. You will be able to submit your code by committing and pushing.

I have another question.

Check our wiki to see if anything there answers your question. If not, don't hesitate to send us an email at info@bitbrawl.org.