What is a GAME JAM?

It is the meeting of diversities for improvisation in the creation of games.

The goal is to meet, form teams with people of all kinds of profiles and create a video game. We have 48 hours to base, design and create from beginning to end a video game that encourages creative thinking and contributes to the improvement of our society.

More details will be announced soon!


The Challenges

  • Best Green Energy solution
  • Best Agriculture & Food solution
  • Best Transport & Mobility solution
  • Best solution to help with Mental Health in the modern world

The Timeline

  • Friday 5 Nov – 2pm to 4.30pm: Teams set-up on Discord Channel. (We can help students join teams if they don’t have a team yet)
  • Saturday 6 Nov – 10am-6pm: Hackathon Day 1 Kick Off
  • Sunday 7 Nov – 10am to 5:30pm: Hackathon Day 2
  • Sunday 7 Nov – 11am: Deadline to submit the Hackathon Form
  • Sunday 7 Nov – 11am to 2pm: Pitch presentation preparation
  • Sunday 7 Nov – 2pm to 5pm: Hackathon Pitch
  • Sunday 7 Nov – 5pm to 5:30pm: Jury evaluation and Prizes

How to register and connect teams

Buy your ticket
On Discord Server:
Register your team on the #hackathon-team-registration channel.

What the Pitch needs to include?

  • Your Prototype
    • - Please explain how your product or solution works including the technical specifications
  • Target Audience
    • - Who is your Target Audience and why?
    • - What is the potential reach of your product?
  • Competition
    • - Who is your competition?
    • - How do you differentiate your product or service from the competition?
  • Value & Resources
    • - What problem does your solution or product solve?
    • - What resources do you need to launch your solution or product?
  • Social Impact
    • - Explain the social impact of your product or solution?


  • The Prizes include CAD $500 for the Winning Team for each Challenge 🙌


  • Evaluated by a Jury of Industry Experts with a criteria based on:
    • - Team Preparedness – 10%
    • - Originality – 20%
    • - Potential reach of the product or solution – 25%
    • - Market Value of the product or solution – 15%
    • - Social Impact and Inclusivity – 30%



  • Registration
    • - All team members need to be registered to the Campus Party event. Follow this link, if you have not done so already 😎
    • - All Teams needs to register themselves on the #hackathon-team-registration channel, on the Discord server:, by 4pm on 5th November 2021.
  • Teams
    • - Teams must have a minimum of 2 people and maximum of 5 people.
    • - Teams can participate in more than one challenge.
    • - In case you do not have a team, you can ask by posting on # hackathon-looking-for-team.
    • - In case you have a team, but need more people, you can ask by posting on # hackathon-looking-for-members.
  • The Challenges
    • - At least two teams must have selected a challenge for the challenge to be considered open.
      Otherwise, in agreement with the committee and the team, It will be possible to join another open challenge.
  • Timelines & Submissions
    • - Teams must submit the hackathon form before 11am on 7th November
    • - Teams will have 3 minutes for the Pitch on 7th November between 2pm to 5pm
    • - The jury reserves the right to refuse any submission whose authenticity is in doubt.
  • Devices
    • - Bring your own Devices 😊 , you will have Internet WIFI connection available!
  • Prizes
    • - The Prizes include CAD $500 for the Winning Team for each Challenge.
    • - Prizes will be given within 30 working days, after receipt of the bank details of all the winning team members. The amount of each prize will be distributed equally among the members of the winning team, as indicated in the list of team members.
    • - The hackathon participants recognize that the decision of the jury is final and without appeal.
  • Intellectual Property (IP)
    • - Any intellectual property developed during the hackathon will belong to the team that developed it. We expect that each team will have an agreement between themselves as team members regarding the IP, but this is not required by the hackathon organizers.

Code of conduct

  • By participating in the Hackathon event, you agree to abide by the following code of conduct.
    • - Please treat all other participants with the utmost respect.
    • - We ask that you act kindly, behave professionally, and do not insult or belittle other participants.
    • - Racist, sexist, and or exclusionary harassment and jokes are not appropriate and will not be tolerated.
    • - If at any point you see a fellow hacker being harassed, please talk to the nearest hackathon organizer.
    • - Failure to comply with the above-stated Rules and Code of Conduct may result in the offending team’s disqualification.