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IEEE STEM Video Game Competition Enter for a chance to win US$4000

Are you a university student who loves developing video games? Do you want to make a difference in the lives of young students? 

If so, enter the IEEE STEM Video Game Competition today!

The 2017 IEEE STEM Video Game Competition challenges university students to create STEM video games for students ages 8-17. Winning games will be published on TryEngineering.org and IEEE TryComputing.org to be enjoyed by students and teachers globally.

Who can enter?

  • University students ages 18-30

Game submission categories:

  • Games for primary school students (8-12 years old) 
  • Games for secondary school students (13-17 years old) 

Submit as a team or an individual:

  • Submit solo or with friends (submissions as both to the same category not permitted)

Free online platform:

  • Create your game using the Unity game development platform

Prizes include:

  • US$4,000 prize for winning team
  • 1 year IEEE membership for each team member
  • Feature on TryEngineering.org

Winners will be selected in both the primary and secondary game submission categories.

Submit your game today at: https://fs25.formsite.com/ieeevcep/form130/index.html?1502112299236 

Submissions must be received by 11:59pm Eastern Time on 1 December 2017

Read the Official Rules: http://tryengineering.org/sites/default/files/Final_rules_2017.pdf

Download the Competition Flyer:    http://tryengineering.org/sites/default/files/Final_flyer_2017.pdf

 

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