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Prizes

$49,105 in prizes

1st Place Overwolf Category

Develop an app using the Overwolf platform
Each member from the team will receive a Logitech G703 Wireless Gaming Mouse (Or similarly priced gaming mouse based on availability)

2nd Place Overwolf Category

Develop an app using the overwolf platform Each member from the team will receive a $50 amazon gift card.

3rd Place Overwolf Category

Develop an app using the overwolf platform Each member from the team will receive a $25 amazon giftcard.

Best implementation of Symbl.ai

This prize is awarded to the team that uses the Symbl.ai for speech and text analysis
The entire team will get $100 gift card of their choice, symbl swag

1st Place Beginner Hack

This prize will be awarded to the best beginner team
- A beginner team is defined as: Everyone in your team has less than two years of coding experience

Each hacker will receive:
- 12 months or repl.it premium
- 2 years of 1Password premium
- Taskade premium for lifetime
- Wolfram | One for one year

For participating

For attending the hackathon each hacker receives:
- $20 to use on Linode
- 3 months of repl.it premium
- 1 year of taskade premium
- 1 year of .xyz domains
- 1 month of echoAR premium
- 3-4 stickers mailed to you
- 3 months of Qoom starter plan

Best Advanced Hack

This prize will be awarded to the 2nd best advanced team
- An advanced team is defined as: A team with someone who has more than 2 years of coding experience.
Each hacker will receive:
- 12 months or repl.it premium
- 2 years of 1Password premium
- Taskade premium for lifetime
- Wolfram | One for one year
- Slingshot provides 5 hackers to interview with their partner start-ups for an internship

Best implementation of echoAR

This prize is awarded to the best implementation of echoAR in their project.
Each member will receive:
- 3 months of echoAR premium
Team will receive
- $50 amazon gift card

2nd Place Beginner Hack

This prize will be awarded to the best beginner team
- A beginner team is defined as: Everyone in your team has less than two years of coding experience
Each hacker will receive:
- 12 months of repl.it premium
- 2 years of 1Password premium
- Taskade premium for lifetime
- Wolfram | One for one year

2nd Place Advanced Hack

This prize will be awarded to the 2nd best advanced team
- An advanced team is defined as: A team with someone who has more than 2 years of coding experience.
Each hacker will receive:
- 12 months or repl.it premium
- 2 years of 1Password premium
- Taskade premium for lifetime
- Wolfram | One for one year

Audience Favorite

This prize is awarded to the team with the maximum number of upvotes on their project after the event has been concluded.
Each hacker will receive:
- 12 months or repl.it premium
- 2 years of 1Password premium
- Taskade premium for lifetime
- Wolfram | One for one year

A top performing team (10)

This prize is award to the teams that have shown sportsmanship, technical skills, participation, engagement and made HackTable 2021 fun for everyone.

Each hacker on the teams will receive:
- 1 Year of Wolfram | One

Art of Problem Solving Giveaway (5)

This is a giveaway from our sponsor Art of Problem Solving and they are providing 5 coupons of 25 dollars on their website as giveaways for HackTable's hackers

Best Web App with Qoom

- 1 year of the Qoom Pro Plan
- Invitation to the Qoom Creator Group
- Featured on Qoom Project Gallery

Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:

Judges

Lynne Dong

Lynne Dong
Senior PM Manager at Microsoft

Alok J

Alok J
Sr. Product Manager @ Google

Nayef M

Nayef M
Senior SW/FW Engineer @ Microsoft

Winthrop Chan

Winthrop Chan
Former Technical Program Manager @ Google

Jason Lee

Jason Lee
Director of Business Development @ Overwolf

Gal Alperovitch

Gal Alperovitch
Developer Community Manager @ Overwolf

Junior Yono

Junior Yono
App Developer (League Tracker) @ Overwolf

Eric Giannini

Eric Giannini
Lead Developer Evangelist & Advocate @ Symbl.ai

Akansha Bhasin

Akansha Bhasin
Developer Advocate @ Symbl.ai

Alon Grinshpoon

Alon Grinshpoon
CEO of echoAR

Tomas Maranga

Tomas Maranga
ACSL Finalist, USACO Gold-Division Participant

Judging Criteria

  • Business Value
    We rated “business value” and the other criteria on a scale from 1 to 5. How significant and relevant is the problem that the solution is trying to solve? Does that problem affect a market that we know and understand? Does it have a market?
  • Coolness
    “Coolness” is an attempt to measure the important “wow” factor. Is it something a human being would feel delighted, excited, empowered, or even relieved to use?
  • Realistic Capability
    What gets done in the space of a hackathon is a decent indication of the dependencies and level of effort that would be required to put the technology into production. This category is our way of quantifying that
  • Level of Innovation
    Technology can be cool but not innovative—and vice versa. How the team positions their hackathon entry. Does it pull something off that hasn’t been pulled off before? Does it do something new and unique?

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