HOW THE COMPETITION WORKS
All rounds of competition, with the exception of the National Finals, take place online. Teams may compete from any location; many participate at their school, organization, or public library. Competitions take place on specified weekends throughout the school year. Teams must complete all their work during one (1) six consecutive-hour period on the Friday, Saturday, or Sunday of these competition windows. They may only have one instance of an image open at a time. Here’s how it works.
Many of these steps are illustrated in this instructional video.
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HOW TO QUALIFY FOR CYBERTITAN III NATIONAL 2020 FINALS
10 teams advance to the CyberTitan National Finals in Ottawa, ON each Spring based on how they score through the CyberPatriot competition.
Open Division teams (8) will be determined by teams’ top scores in their select regions, with 1 additional team advancing as a wildcard and 1 top Middle Division team. Please note that only 2 teams per school will advance to the Finals, regardless of CyberPatriot score/rankings.
Qualifying teams are announced each March.
Please see below for the qualifying criteria for advancement to finals:
- Open Division – Western Canada (BC, AB, SK, MB, YT, NT, NU) x 4 teams
- Open Division – Eastern Canada (ON, QC, PE, NL, NS, NB) x 4 teams
- Open Division – National x 1 team (Wildcard)
- Middle Division – National x 1 team
Please note that the above information may change each Fall/Winter as determined by the competition development committee.
CYBERTITAN II NATIONAL FINALS (2018-19 season)
The CyberTitan II Nationals will took place May 14, 2019 in Ottawa, ON followed by a awards gala the evening of May 15.
All CyberTitan teams interested in competing in the 2019-20 season will have to register and participate in CyberPatriot to be able to compete in the CyberTitan III National Finals. The top 10 Canadian CyberTitan teams participating in CyberPatriot will advance to the finals. Each competition season, registered CyberTitan teams will have the opportunity to qualify for the national finals and compete at various locations across Canada. Only Canadian teams will be able to compete.