Gilbert's SPARK App League Opens Registration for 2019 Coding Competition
Gilbert, Ariz. - SPARK Game Jam, SPARK App League®'s annual youth coding competition, returns May 1-2, 2019, to Arizona State University's Polytechnic Campus, and registration is now open for all Arizona junior high and high school students.
The annual video game coding competition is in its fourth year and is hosted by Gilbert, Arizona’s SPARK App League® in partnership with Arizona State University's Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and sponsored by Waymo.
During the two-day event, junior high and high school teams compete for prizes as they develop and code their very own video games based off the event theme which is announced on the first day of the competition. The 2018 SPARK Game Jam brought more than 200 students together from across the state.
No prior coding experience is required as SPARK Game Jam offers both beginner and advanced tracks. Five teams in each skill level receive a prize.
You don’t want to miss this event and space is filling up fast! Registration is open through April 12th.
Learn more about SPARK App League® and register for SPARK Game Jam at sparkappleague.com.
About SPARK Game Jam:
Students Participate in App Resources and Knowledge (SPARK) Game Jam is a one-of-a-kind coding competition for high school and junior high students hosted by SPARK App League®. This nonprofit, 501(c)(3) program created by Gilbert, Arizona, is hosted in partnership with Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. Learn more about SPARK App League® at www.sparkappleague.com. Follow us on Twitter, @SPARKAppLeague, Instagram, @sparkappleague, and Snapchat, sparkappleague.