• All participants must be at least 18 years of age and must be legal U.S. residents.
  • Teams must be no more than four members and can be formed before or at the start of the event.
  • Each participant may only work on one project.
  • A project may not have any code dedicated to it until hacking begins on the Saturday of the event. Setting up your development environment with SDKs in advance is fine (and recommended).
  • Projects must be Twitch extensions and must be built as close to the chosen extension concept as possible.
  • Projects must be submitted by the time hacking ends on the Sunday of the event. After that, presentation materials may be worked on but no more design/development can be done on the submission.
  • Submissions will be judged on creativity, utility, presentation, and that special “Twitch” factor.
  • All participants must read and agree to the TwitchCon Code of Conduct.
  • All participants must read and agree to the Major League Hacking Code of Conduct.
  • Full Terms of Contest hosted here.