Presented by AWS and OneEleven.

Join us May 23rd at OneEleven for the first Battlesnake event in Toronto ON.

NOTE: Early registration is for OneEleven member organizations and Alumni. General registration opens May 1st, 2020.

What is it?

Battlesnake is a one-day programming competition where participants write software to compete in Battlesnake, a multiplayer version of the classic arcade game Snake. Now in our sixth year, Battlesnake is the largest programming competition in BC and we are excited to be expanding to Toronto.

Who is it for?

Battlesnake is for everyone. It’s an exciting and educational competition that attracts developers of all skill levels, from novice to expert. But Battlesnake is for you even if you’re not a developer — it’s also for anyone interested in programming, anyone with kids interested in programming, and anyone looking to support the tech community.

Why should I attend?

Whether you’re a seasoned programmer with years of experience, or a high school student new to the game, Battlesnake is the perfect environment to hone your skills and learn new technologies. You’ll be inspired by your fellow competitors to try new things and push yourself just a little further. You’ll also have the chance to meet potential future employers. And even if you’ve never programmed before and aren’t sure you ever want to learn, Battlesnake is fun to watch!

When and where is it happening?

Battlesnake OneEleven 2020 May 23rd, 2020 9am - 6pm 325 Front St. W Toronto, Ontario

How much does it cost?

Battlesnake is FREE for everyone, but you must register in advance. Coffee, tea, lunch, and snacks will be provided for all registrants.

Still, got questions? Check out the Live Event FAQ

SCHEDULE (subject to change)

  • 9:00 - Check-in and Team Registration open
  • 10:00 - Welcome and Orientation
  • 11:00 - AWS ML Workshop (limited space)
  • 12:00 - Lunch
  • 1:00 - AWS ML Workshop (limited space)
  • 2:00 - Team Registration Closes
  • 3:00-6:00 - Tournament

Battlesnake OneEleven was made possible through the generosity of AWS, and OneEleven.