Fully independent events have agreed to have their event results tracked to help determine which bots come out on top.
The season starts the first day of March and ends on the last day of February. Event data prior to March 2022 isn't complete so take historical rankings with a grain of salt.
Currently, ranks are calculated for the most popular weight classes: 150g, 1lb, 1lb-plastic, 3lb, 12lb, 30lb, and 30sportsman robots.
It is up to individual event organizers to decide if their results should be included in the rankings. If the event organizer is OK with their results being included, but don't want to enter the results themselves, you can contact email@example.com to assist.
Yes! The event organizer can release results by setting: “Include results in bot rankings” to YES. Then the results will be included in the point calculations.
Robots earn points by placing in events. A robot's season total is taken from their top 3 events.
Points are determined by how a robot places in a competition and is weighted by the number of robots competing.
You can see the details of how they are calculated here
You should contact the event organizer. They have the final say in what results are accurate for their events.
Yes! You can add and remove bots so the rankings are accurate. If a competing bot doesn't exist in the system, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
Yes! The process requires some more work but you can contact email@example.com for help.