The Global Conference on Educational Robotics hosts the International Botball Tournament where Botball teams from around the world vie for the International Championship. Any team that competes in a regional tournament regardless of how they finish is encouraged to participate in the International Botball Tournament.
The International Botball Tournament includes online documentation, onsite presentations, seeding rounds, double elimination rounds and alliance matches.
The International Botball Tournament seeding rounds, double elimination rounds and alliance matches are free and open to the public.
Find out when these rounds will occur by visiting:
Schedule of Events
International Botball Champions
2013 - Dead Robot Society (13-0006) - Herndon, Virginia
2012 - Los Altos Community Team (12-0636) - Los Altos, California
2011 - Hanalani Schools (11-0052) - Mililani, HI
2010 - Hanalani Schools (10-0052) - Mililani, HI
2009 - Alcott Middle School (09-0050 ) - Norman, OK
2008 - Cedar Brook Academy (08-0008) - Clarksburg, MD
2007 - Cedar Brook Academy (07-0008) - Clarksburg, MD
2006 - Norman High School (06-0238) - Norman, OK
2005 - Norman High School (05-0003) - Norman, OK
2004 - Crystal Springs Uplands School (04-0162) - Hillsborough, CA
2003 - Rolla Area Homeschool (03-0296) - St. James, MO
2013 GCER teams by region - Updated 6/28/2013
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Greater DC / Virginia
Greater Los Angeles
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Greater St. Louis
Please visit the 2013 Global Conference on Educational Robotics website for details on the schedule, event directions, lodging, and parking.