Compete online, challenge your rivals in the Riders Arena Robotics League, develop the best algorithm, and win!
Third challenge is starting on March 15th!
• Riders invites you to a year-round journey: 2021 Riders Robotics League!
• You can join these competitions any time of your choice, and make your name have a place to shine on monthly and annual leader boards.
• Get ready for surprise prizes, and invitations from exciting robotic coding competitions. Moreover, it's completely free to join!
• There will be a year of monthly challenges with two categories, and final leaderboards for each. Your monthly scores will contribute your total score and help you take place on the final leaderboard!
• In Riders Robotics League you'll be able to develop your robot's algorithm using your coding skills. Or control your drone using your keyboard. So easy, right?
• Watch the video about how to use the platform here →
The league has kicked-off on Jan 15, 2020, 07:00 AM EST!
• Robotic enthusiasts are welcome to the Robotics League. There is no age limit to compete in the league!
• No software installation is required, all you need is a computer with an internet connection.
• Monthly tracks will be resulted at 15th of each month and the monthly winners will be evaluated according to the latest submissions of the contestants.
• The competition track, scoring, and all other technical details are explained in the "Read Me" document on the competition page. Please read this document carefully before the competition.
• The winners will be announced on our @us.riders Instagram account each month. We will also inform the winners via e-mail.
• The more you compete and get scores, the chances are higher for you to be the winner on the overall leaderboard, at the end of the year.
• Show off your skills at the live competitions taking place in Riders Platform every month, throughout the year.
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