Please refer to our Liquid Hacks Terms & Conditions
Teams are limited to 4 participants max.
- Every team member must be registered on Devpost and have joined the hackathon page.
Stealing source code is strictly prohibited.
Hacking starts on Nov 6th, 6:00PM PST and ends at Nov 8th, 11:30AM PST.
- Projects must be submitted onto Devpost by 12:00PM PST.
- Your hack must be developed entirely during the hackathon duration.
Your hack must follow one of our three themes (descriptions are listed in our Event Guide):
- Team Liquid
- Health and Wellness
- Once the hackathon begins, you will have the option to submit your hack. You can continue to edit and resubmit your hack until the deadline.
Each team is limited to one (1) submission.
- Delegate one person on your team to complete the submission form.
You must include a demo video that is no longer than 2 minutes.
- If you're uploading your video onto Youtube, please make sure your video is public or unlisted.
- You must include the GitHub repo link.
- You will be required to answer and complete the submission questions.
You must select all of the prize categories you’d like to opt in to be judged for.
- In the drop down menu, hold Control (Windows) or Command (Mac) to select your multiple choices.
Please also specify if anyone on your team is a beginner.
- Those who qualify as beginners are participants who have less than 1 year of coding experience and this is their first ever hackathon.
Remember to invite all of your teammates onto your Devpost project as contributors.
- Devpost submissions form will have an "Invite your team" section, where you can either share the specific link with your teammates or invite them via email.
- A valid submission is a hack produced at Liquid Hacks 2020, from start to finish. Any code written before hacking begins will be disqualified.