The Computer Science Games are a collegiate competition that includes challenges from all aspects of computing. The Games are a weekend long thrill ride with logic puzzles, difficult algorithms, intense video game competitions, social activities, and of course, programming. Organized by students from different university every year, the CS Games is open to all undergraduate students. Teams are composed from 7 to 10 skilled people, each participating in multiple simultaneous challenges.
To participate, you need to buy a ticket for each team member.
A team is composed of 7 to 10 participants. They can be accompanied by a mentor to coach them, the mentor in question can be a chaperone from the faculty (professor, club advisor, etc.) as well as a former student. Note that the mentor cannot participate in any competition block with the exception of Puzzle Hero.
The Organization Committee has lots to take care of during the CS Games weekend and will definitely need volunteers. If you want to discover the behind the scenes of the CS Games, and experience this extraordinary weekend with us, we would be overjoyed to have you join the team!
Why get involved?
Every year, the CS Games attract the best students in computer science, chosen by their universities or student organizations for their excellence. This is a unique opportunity to meet the best and most passionate students in North America, all within the same space.