Toronto's premier game development hackathon by Red Bull

Red Bull along with Bell Canada presents AdrenaLAN - Toronto's first open game development hackathon and LAN party hybrid. There will be thousands of dollars in prizes to be won for the best hacks in areas like mobile games and VR/AR, along with workshops on Machine Learning, AR, and the Unity Game Engine.

AdrenaLAN will also include an exclusive panel for the future of hackathons and will include directors from Canada’s leading hackathons as well as companies like Google and HackerNest.

General information can be found at: www.redbull.com/adrenalan

AdrenaLAN is hosted in partnership with Omicron.

Questions, comments, concerns: contact@omcn.tech

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Prizes

$9,158 in prizes

First Place

- $500
- First pick on hackathon admission auto acceptances
- MLH t-shirts
- Tech conference tickets
- Hackernest Tech Social tickets
- Google Home Minis

Second Place

- $200
- Second pick on hackathon auto acceptances
- MLH t-shirts x4
- Tech conference tickets
- Hackernest Tech Social tickets
- Google Home Minis x4

Third Place

- $100
- Third pick on hackathon AA
- MLH t-shirts x4
- Hackernest Tech Social tickets
- TechTO tickets (x2)
- Google Home Minis x4

Best Open World Game

- Steam gift cards x4

Best VR/AR Hack

- Google Cardboards x4
- House of VR gift cards x4

Best Mobile Game

- Google Play gift cards x4

Best Hack on a .TECH domain

- $300 Amazon Voucher

Best Hack created by a High School Team (2)

- Admission to MasseyHacks 2018

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Requirements

    • Creativity (out of 10): Is your hack interesting? Does it have an interesting spin on it? Is it original?
    • Technicality (out of 10): What tools and technologies does your hack incorporate? Is it a technically challenging hack?
    • Presentation (out of 5): How well did you communicate your project to the judges? Was your presentation simple to understand?

Judges

Ryan Li

Ryan Li
Omicron

Prashant Patel

Prashant Patel
Hack The Valley

Alex Astrum

Alex Astrum
Google

Jarron Anthonipillai

Jarron Anthonipillai
Game Developer

Navid Nathoo

Navid Nathoo
The Knowledge Society

Ken Silva

Ken Silva
MediaXP

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
    Is your hack interesting? Does it have an interesting spin on it? 10 points
  • Technicality
    What tools and technologies does your hack incorporate? Is it a technically challenging hack? 10 points
  • Presentation
    How well did you communicate your project to the judges? Was your presentation simple to understand? 10 points