Virtual Playoffs

...The robot Champions League

Quarterly Robotics Tournament.

April Playoffs Challenge

The April Challenge is to design and program your Robot to properly dispose of waste products into the incinerator at the dump site.

Participants get the mission at the beginning of the tournament. They are allowed a time range of 720 hours to compete the task and keep making entries of their best programs which is reflecting on their overall league points visible to everyone in real-time. On the last day of the league, all participants would compete before a LIVE Virtual Audience including their parents, siblings, friends to watch the final battle for the league title. The highest point stays on top of the league table, and finally wins the season on the final day. Entries begin on Friday 1st April.

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The Pan African Robot Contest

Invited Champions

Qualified Participants are specially invited to the 9jaRoboCon Playoffs through their schools or Parents. These are STEM Champions who have been in STEM Club in Robotics option, and have demonstrated great learning values and outstanding initiatives, and especially have acquired the Virtual Robotics Toolkit (VRT). This category of STEM Champions get special invitation for the Robot Champions League every quarter. All the invited champions would register with $10 to appear on the league table.

Overview

The April Challenge is to program your Robot to properly dispose of waste products into the incinerator at the dump site. Make entries of your most accurate programs which would keep you on top of the league until the last day of the season.

The Season April Playoffs is a great build up to PHRoboCon 2022.

Watch The Challenge Overview.

Finals/Closing Ceremony LIVE; 7th May, 2022

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League Table: As It Stands

Click on the image below to see the League Table as it Stands

There is a prevailing problem across most Nigerian cities. STEM Kids in and out of School have identified the problem of poor waste management across most Nigerian Cities, and have taken on the challenge to design a Competitive Smart Solution for Waste management. STEM Kids would compete on the best design and solution for the challenge in the Pan-African Robot Contest by 9jaRoboCon which would be hosted in the City of Port Harcourt (PHRoboCon), bringing the best of minds together in the City of Port Harcourt. Click to see full details at >>> (PHRoboCon 2022)