2019 Game Competition

Teams of up to 5 students compete to accomplish robotics missions using autonomous robots. Game especially puts math skills to the test.

Robofest Game is open to student teams in 5th through 12th Grade 

  • Jr. Division: 5th ~ 8th grades

  • Sr. Division: 9th ~ 12th grades

This is a qualifying competition. Teams compete at Local events and winners are determined for each division.  Winners advance to the the next level depending on their location (US/Michigan, US/Non Michigan and International) for the chance to compete at the Robofest World Championship at Lawrence Technological University on May 18, 2019.


2019 Season Official Rules and Related Documents: 

2019 Game Rules - FINAL VERSION       

 Example Video 1  -  Example Video 2  -  Example Video 3  -  Example Video 4

2019 Game Score Sheet  - Official Version

Sample Unknown Factor Handouts - for unveiling Unknown Factors and End Task for a round

Additional Scenarios  Examples of unknown factors and perfect scores

Proctor Instructions and Violations Report

Site Host Procedures (US and Option 1 International Sites)

NEW! Judging Information:

Presentation Slides for Judge Training

Judge Training Webinar Recording 

Judge Training Videos:

Judge Training Video 1    -    Judge Training Video 2    -    Judge Training Video 3 

Judge Training Video 4    -    Judge Training Video 5    -    Judge Training Video 6

Prior Versions of Rules:  

2019 US Game Rules - US Kickoff Version

‚Äč2019 International Game Rules - Initial Kickoff Version 

Rules for starting teams, registration, team responsibilities at competitions and how teams advance to the World Championship can be found in the General Rules on the 2019 Main Page

Each team member, as well as the coach and other adult volunteers, must bring the signed Robofest Consent and Release Form on the day of the event if not completed on line.

To Register Your Team, go to  Registration


Prior Year Games