Virtual Tournaments are online tournaments held in a WebEx chat room with our host. We have students log in using their computers. They IM their answers to our host during the competition. It is important that they have speakers to hear the host, but a webcam is optional if they want to be seen and heard during the event. The students are introduced to a gameboard with mathematical topics and they select the topic when their team answers the question correctly first. The game goes on for 1 hour and the teams receive points based on how quickly they get the answer correct. Each problem must be solved in 3 min or less. We host virtual tournaments for schools or for onsite tournaments. We also do an invitational virtual tournament for all our onsite tournament winners so that they can compete against teams from around the nation.
To register for a Virtual Tournament for your class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-888-835-2366 to set up a time for the event. We will schedule your event and also a pre-conference site check. If you are a winner of one of our on-site tournaments, you will be emailed an invitation to our Virtual Tournament faceoff. You will be sent a link to register for the event. We also will host an on-site Virtual event for your district if you want to contact us. We charge $50 per team and t-shirts are optional. We can host 25 computers for this event.
A Virtual Tournament for your class costs $150. You can make your purchase for this on our website store. This can be paid for by check, purchase order, credit card, or PayPal. The price to attend our invitational Virtual Tournament is $50 per team and you will receive an invoice after you register on the link that is sent to you.
A link for the virtual tournament will be sent to the sponsor. The link will allow you to log in or you can log in at webex.com and enter the event number. From there you will enter the team name and an email address where the transcripts will be sent to you. After that you simply hit call with computer to get the audio working. Once students are logged in they learn how to mute their microphone and how to Chat Only with the host.
Winning teams receive an official dog tag and recognition on our Wall of Fame and Facebook page. Participants receive an official certificate. For onsite district Virtual Tournaments, we can ship awards for the event.