Applications for the sixth Nordeus Hackathon are open
Nordeus Hackathon, which will be held for the sixth consecutive year, will take place on 10 and 11 December, at Startit Centre. The focus of this year’s competition is to strengthen the local talent and development of the regional gaming industry, which is why it is primarily intended for participants from the country and the region. Applications are open until November 28. With the organizer’s desire to enable young developers and digital artists to express their talent, teamwork ability and, most importantly, their passion for video game development, the main goal of this year’s competition is to contribute to the development of the regional IT scene. Accordingly, the central gathering place for the local IT community has been selected to host the sixth edition of Nordeus Hackathon.
The jury will select the three best games, and each member of the winning teams will receive valuable prizes. In addition to the top three teams, the creators of the game that wins the most votes on social networks, will receive the People’s Award prize.
Presentation of games of all teams and the awards ceremony will then be open to the public, on Sunday, December 11, starting at 1 p.m. The visitors of this year’s Hackathon will be able to try out the games created in the past 24 hours, as well as some of the last year’s games.
As usual, live stream of the event will be available on the organizer’s Youtube channel and Facebook page.
Applications are open until November 28 for teams of up to four members or individuals who will subsequently be grouped into teams. As in previous years, applications are possible only for those who have not yet participated in one of the Nordeus Hackathons. For selected teams coming out of Belgrade, Nordeus will cover the costs of travel and accommodation near the Startit Centre.
Apply by using the form below:
Take a look at the atmosphere from the last year’s Nordeus Hackathon: